There are thousands of different animal species on the earth today, and we can't ignore the really cute ones that easily attract us. Cats and dogs are common cute animals that we see around, but there are even more cute animals that you probably aren't aware of yet. When you see animal pictures, you first consider its looks and then the possibility for it to harm you. Although cuteness doesn't always mean harmlessness; you'd be surprised to know that some adorable animals could harm you.
Some cute animals could be flurry or spiny or covered with feathers, but we must admit that they get our attention with how really cute they are.
Here is a list of 10 cutest animals of the planet:
1. Persian Cats
Persian Cats are playful and are known to have big eyes and silky fur. They could put a huge smile on your face from watching them play every morning. Any cat lover or owner should be familiar with the name Persian Cats, which are known to require low maintenance and are also the friendliest cat breeds. This breed is also one of the cutest animals in the world, as it finds it easy to adjust with other animals and members of the household.
2. Fennec Foxe
Fennec Foxes are exotic animals that look like a mix breed of a cat and a dog and not a fox as its name implies. And with cats and dogs being really cute animals, an appearance with a mix of both will certainly yield a really cute animal like the fennec fox. They have large ears which help to keep them cool in a desert environment; they also have a small body and large eyes. Furthermore, they are extremely playful and family friendly.
Who doesn't love rabbits with their long flexible ears, long front teeth, and adorable eyes? Rabbits are one of the most acquired pets on earth, and they come in different colors and patterns. They are also friendly and known to have a lot of babies, as much as nine, in a year.
4. Pomeranian Dogs
Pomeranian dogs are not only beautiful but also widely bred on the planet. They are known to have a thick fur and a bushy tail. They also have a similar look to teddy bears, which is why they are sometimes referred to as toy dogs. They are gradually decreasing in size, making it easy to carry them around, which is fast becoming a trend, especially among celebrities.
5. Red Pandas
Red Pandas are not quite common, as they are mostly found in the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. They have a dark red to brown colored fur with white patches and a long bushy tail. They also have short legs which contribute to their waddling gait.
6. Arctic Foxes
Arctic foxes are also referred to as polar foxes or snow foxes and are known to shed their fur twice a year. They also change color depending on the season; while they have a thick and white fur in winter, it turns brown and dense during summer. Their body shape is round which helps to reduce how much heat they dissipate from the body.
7. Koala Bears
Koala Bears are recognized by small stature, a large head, and a body without a tail. They also have round ears and a huge nose. They look like teddy bears, which makes them cute and they get most of their moisture from the food they consume. As a result, they can survive without getting a constant supply of water.
8. Northern Pygmy Owls
Northern Pygmy Owls are very small in size, and they come in different colors, including gray, brownish-gray, and rufous. Their petit body, large eyes, and patterns on their wings make them beautiful and adorable.
9. Little Penguins
Little Penguins are similar to normal Penguins, and the difference is just in its size. They are sometimes referred to as flightless birds that walk just like humans. They are also often visited in zoos and conservation centers.
Hedgehogs are quite small in size but do have an adorable face. Their tiny feet make them similar to a rat but are harmless. You will find them mostly in Asia, Africa, and Europe and they are gradually becoming one of the most reared pets.
These are 10 of the cutest animals on the planet. There are many more that weren't recorded here, but you'll find even more of them if you look around.
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