Behold, the Mighty Triceratops

A gentle giant in an age of monsters, the Triceratops roamed the earth during the Late Cute-acious period. Although a peaceful plant-eater, Triceratops could be a fearsome adversary, thanks to its tough protective skull and its three lethal horns, which brought instant death to all who angered it… starting with the guy who glued them on in the first place.

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“My dog has clearly had enough of my crap,” admits Redditor BIGMc_LARGEHUGE.

OMG Bebeh ‘Dillo!

This little guy is named “Dilly” and just showed up one day in this woman’s backyard. According to the video, “Dilly is usually left to himself so that he doesn’t become too dependent, but user ‘TYarber37′ makes sure he always has plenty of water and leads him to bugs. He looks for her now when he hears her voice.”

Meet Earl The Pandalamb

Yes, you read that right. His name is Earl. He’s a Panda. AND a Lamb. All in one. Sort of. Right?


“It’s pretty much what you’d think a Pandalamb to look like,” says Tamara.

Wombat Wednesday (With Special Guest!)

Time for another edition of Wombat Wednesday, and this week we have a special guest- a little Echidna Puggle. Here, Chloe The Wombat snuggles in the dirt…when a friend comes calling. Huh? What? Whozat?


This little Echidna Puggle is hanging out at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo after its burrow got bulldozed. :(

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(Mashable.)

White-Nosed Coati PDA

unnamed (1)“I just got back from a fantastic vacation in Costa Rica. Although the #1 animal on my list “to see” was the Sloths, I fell in love with White-Nosed Coati, who are related to the raccoon family. These guys just wandered across the path early one morning on our way to breakfast.” -Karen K.

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This Year, Vacation in the Philippines!

Bask in exotic tropical splendor and meet friendly people. Enjoy outdoor water activities such as scuba diving, snorkeling, and… (um, we’re trying to film a travel commercial here, you’re in the shot…)

“Need….More…Quolls”

unnamedThat was the desperate headline in Clark H.’s email. Clark, we’re happy to post your submeesh (picture credit to @WildlifeQLD ;) -just the second Quoll ever on C.O.!

Hey, Ya Little Squirt!

If you visit C.O. long enough, you’re likely to see just about every Cute thing there is to see, animuhl-wise. Oh, we might even throw in a car or two, just to keep you guessing.

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what
are
these?

Why, Sea Squirts, of course. (*Update: Added “Under The Sea” at Faye’s suggestion. But first, ladies & gentlemen..please welcome: Mr. Bobby. Darin.




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(RN 24.)

New Species Discovered: “Caturtle”

Cuteologists are cheering the discovery of the “caturtle,” a feline/reptilian hybrid equipped with a tough outer shell and a fuzzy inner body.

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And Now, Elizabethan Reptile Theatre, with Your Host, Gaylord Smythe-Wattle

Good evening. We continue this week with The Travails of Hinky Binkydink, the ribald wanderings of a common chameleon. In tonight’s episode, our hero’s tongue becomes entangled in the wig of Lady Euphigenia Flacknell just as her husband returns home from fighting the Spanish Armada.

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Via ElectroDragon.

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