Harken back to March of 2013- we introduced you to Mr. Nudibranch! Now, in December of 2014- thanks to Carly of The Featured Creature, we’ve got Mr. Nudibranch (The Sequel.) She says this is actually a “Leaf Sheep Nudibranch.” Well, of course I knew that. Learn more right here. The above photo is by Lynn Wu.
For some unknown reason, that’s what I imagine an Elephant Shrew sounds like when he/she yawns.
“Good for Nosevember I think,” opines Andrew Y., as seen on 9gag.com.
Gotta admit, Marcel is a new one (for me,) but if this little critter ain’t the Cutest thing ever, I don’t know what is. The first video was just released yesterday- the other two are from the archives.
Normally, we go with Cute Animuhls here- that IS the way we roll, ya know. But once in awhile, we’ll veer off towards something
usually from Japan that’s just so adorbs we can’t pass it up. Like this, er, TOAST! (More of Mr. and Mrs. Bread on ETSY, from Cuteporter Aerin R.
They’re COMING FOR US!
The TINY BLOB MONSTERS!
Elizabeth M-G’s already come face to, er, face with these mysterious visitors from far, far, away. “I was moving some plants around on my porch yesterday when I noticed these weird blobby things on a small leaf. Cute tiny blob monsters?? After a little online searching, these “creatures” turned out to be the eggs of a Leaf-footed Bug, probably the species [Say like Cliff Clavin: Ed.] Acanthocephala Terminalis, which I see around my Connecticut yard pretty frequently. Weird and cute!”
[Weird AND Cute? You’re at the right website. -Ed.]
“The second photo shows the eggs from a different angle, where you can actually just make out the baby bugs folded up inside. Again… weird, and cute?? I think so…maybe.”
This is not a bat
Though the ears are similar
It is Jiffy Pop
From Jessica A.
This…is a Piglet Squid.
Now, this Jolly Little Blorp is rarely seen, or so says The Telegraph, so get a good look while ya can. And get this: “This squid species has light producing organs to help it navigate the depths.”
(So they’re their own flashlight!!)
That’s not a puppeh.
From Wendy M.