I’ll Have A Stack O’ Flapjacks Please

GET OUT!

What is this little dude?

None other than a Flapjack Octopus, now starring at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

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First photo as seen here by MBARI. Second photo ©Monterey Bay Aquarium/Tyson V. Rininger. Jennifer A. reports: “I want to go under the waves for Sea Snorgling with Squeedorable Cephalopods!” Sounds like a PLAN.

I Wanna Fly Like An Eagle, 2 The Sea…

Dream the impossible dream there, buddy.

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From Reddit.

Hark, Do I Hear Knitting Needles?

Out there, somewhere, is a gorgeous sweateauw, waiting to be spun and knitted, by a deliriously happy yarnfan.

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“This adorable little fluffernutter is a chia (baby alpaca) at the Bluebonnet Hills Alpaca Ranch in Navasota, TX. They breed alpaca there for incredibly soft and delish yarn, and the humongous doe eyes on this little one just melted our entire tour group! I love your site! My 3 kitties and I check your site every day!” -Kelli N.

All You Can Eat Sprouts Buffet, Again?

Mom’s all, “You will eat your sprouts and you will like them or I will give you the Capybara Mom Stink-eye.”

Capybara kiddos, “But Moooom, we’re smaller and can run faster!”

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“One capybara not enough for you? Chiba Zoo has five.” Via Rocket News. Note: Capybara babies are called pups.

Easter Bunny’s Little Helper

For the first time ever, the Easter Bunny has outsourced the task of filling all the baskets…

“Hmmm, chocolate eggs or dehydrated vegetables, I am always getting those two things confused.”

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“I would like to share some pictures of my chinchilla, Mr. Fluffy Littlefoot. I love reading your site whenever I need a pick-me-up or to brighten my day. Keep up the great work and I hope you enjoy my pictures. Also, here are some collage art portraits of the little guy.” -Megan C.

Hurry! Sign Up Today!

Listen up all you unusual animals! How would you like to be the cutest? What if you too could be on Cute Overload?! Well, with pyrit’s patented posting process, now you can!
But don’t just take it from me. Listen to these *satisfied customers:

“It’s great! All the kittens are like, “We wanna be your BFFs!””

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“The puppies like me! They really like me!”

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“I’ve never been happier. Even bunnies approve of me!”

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*spiders need not apply.
“Found this while looking at the new critters on Zoo Borns!  An aye-aye!!  So cute!!  Not sure how to give credit where due, but this is seriously cute!!” -Crystal A. N. Also, Encore Presentayshe.
“My boyfriend and I stumbled across this little opossum fella while out for a walk. It appeared to have fallen from a tree and was a bit stunned and wobbly. I contacted a local wildlife specialist and they recommended I bring it inside, keep it warm, and then bring it to a woman that specializes in opossum rehabilitation. This is one of the photos I got while it was warming up in the palm of my hand. It’s now in much better hands with the opossum expert lady.” -Katherine D.
Happy battersons from Bat World.

Read My Lips, No New ‘Tockses

Oops, I meant, know new ‘tockses.

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Lale stares at photographers while exploring her enclosure at the zoo in Bremerhaven, Germany, for the first time.” Via SFGate.

I’m On Top of the World, Ma!

“Actually, dear, you’re on top of me. And as soon as I hit the water, the training wheels come off.”

Bebeh Elephants – It’s Very Simple

We start with the trunkette, then we have the ear floppage,


and the droopy drawers, the very tiny tailio to blorpular body ratio, and of course DA FEETS. That’s all. That’s eet.


And that makes peeps very happy.


“3-week-old Asian elephant calf, “Priya” with her mother, “Ellie” at the Saint Louis Zoo.” -Christy C.
“In the early hours of the morning on March 4, 2014, 18-year-old Noorjahan, one of Twycross Zoo’s four Asian Elephants, gave birth to a healthy female calf after a hefty 22-month long pregnancy! The young calf has yet to receive a name, but is now on view to the public with the rest of the elephant herd.” Via Zooborns.
Via Daily Picks and Flicks.

And HERE We Have……

An Agouti!

Last night we showed you a cute lil’ Coatimundi, the (almost) first-ever on C.O. Today- another first! This little goober is an Agouti! And we’ve never had an Agouti, either! Look at THAT LITTLE NOSE.

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From ZooBorns dot com.

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