Like I Ain’t Sweatin’ Enough Already

Yeah, I like being a turtle OK. Shell keeps the rain off, kinda handy. Plenty of food right there at ground level, just help yourself. And of course, y’always know the way home, heh heh — boy, I hear that one enough times. Only complaint, really, this the hot part of the year ain’t the best time to be born wearing a turtleneck sweater.


Via Virginia State Parks.

Bebeh Baboon Adopts Bebeh Bushbebeh. Wait. What?

And to make this video even better, the on-screen narrator has a cool British accent. Which totally makes sense, it being a UK UZoo video and all.

You Win This Round, Gravity

You may think you can keep me down, but I’ll be back… with some boots on, or maybe a rope ladder. Whatever, I like it down here better anyway.

An armadillo having a small problem with upward mobility at the Parc Zoologique & Botanique de Mulhouse in France.

Pet Shop Ploys

Jeff Wysaski is the inventive mind behind Obvious Plant, in which he enlivens the retail experience by replacing store signs with his own creations. Recently, Jeff visited the pet store, where he upgraded Teh Qte with a generous helping of Teh Wut. See more on his Tumblr.



My Croak Is My Passport. Verify Me

To: All Employees
From: CuteLabs Security

Due to recent breaches of cuteness protocol, all doors have been upgraded with Rapacity Inhibiting Boundary Inquiry Technology (RIBIT) locks. To gain entry, employees must: 1. Touch key card to panel; 2. Answer random security question posed by RIBIT GuardFrog; 3. Kiss RIBIT GuardFrog to enable DNA matching. Please report sudden transformations to First Aid.


Via Reddit.

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.


“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. :(





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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