8 Odd Animals That We Actually Think Are Really Cute

Quokka

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Thanks to its distinctive smiley face, the quokka, an Australian tiny mammal, is considered one of the happiest animals in the world.

Slow Loris

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Southeast Asia is home to the little primate known as the slow loris. It is distinguished by its slow, deliberate motions and big, expressive eyes.

Seal

They have sleek bodies and are skilled swimmers, as evidenced by the way they frequently glide through the water.

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Gecko

Small lizards called geckos are distinguished by their vivid colours and capacity to scale smooth surfaces.

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Miniature Pig

Due to their small stature and clever disposition, miniature pigs, also referred to as teacup pigs, have become more and more popular as pets.

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Flying Lemur

It can glide between trees for great distances, thanks to a thick membrane that extends between its limbs. It is native to Southeast Asia.

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Sloth

With the help of their long, powerful claws, these tree-dwelling mammals spend the most of their lives hanging upside down on branches.

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Pufferfish

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Puffer fish possess one of the most striking defence systems of any marine organism.