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Everything's cuter in baby form -- it's a scientifically proven fact! Prepare yourself for endless squeals of delight, because it's impossible to contain yourself around these teensy tiny fluff balls of exotic cuteness.

Baby Anteater
Baby Anteater

Anteaters have one of the lowest body temperatures of any mammal, around 32.7 degrees Celcius, which converts to about 91 degrees Fahrenheit. They also sleep around 15 hours a day. Cuuuuuuuute!

Baby Oncilla
Baby Oncilla

Looking like a cross between a leopard and a cheetah, this is the smallest wild cat in South America. Unlike many cat species, oncillas are good swimmers, spend most of their time up in trees and are only active during the night. Look at that face!

 

Baby Chinchilla
Baby Chinchilla

Chinchillas have the thickest and softest fur of all land animals, with 50 hairs growing from just one follicle. If caught, they can release part of their fur to escape and the missing fur will grow back later. This unique mechanism is known as a fur slip. We want to pet one!

See also: 17 Of The Cutest Baby Animals In The Entire World

Baby Klipspringer
Baby Klipspringer

The antelope's name means 'rock jumper' and it mates for life. Their hooves point downward, allowing them to jump with agility from rock to rock like mountain goats but making it look like they are tiptoeing while walking on flat land. Love them!

Baby Seal
Baby Seal

Seals have more blood in their bodies than other animals, and since blood cells store oxygen, they can dive for long stretches of time -- up to two hours, which is a record in the animal world. What a sweet face!

Baby Zebra
Baby Zebra

Zebras are highly sociable animals that only go to sleep if they are near other members of their group. Just like human fingerprints, every zebra stripe pattern is unique, and when they are in a heard the stripes merge into a big mass, making it hard for predators to single out an individual. So pretty!

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Baby Hyena
Baby Hyena

The pitch and note frequency of a hyena's laugh can indicate its age and social status among the pack. They're also known to be smarter than chimps, and the females tend to be more muscular and aggressive than the males, making their society matriarchal. Come to mama!

 

Baby Skunk
Baby Skunk

Baby skunks are called kits and though they have poor eyesight, they have an excellent sense of smell and hearing. Skunks can spray their smelly, oily substance up to 10 feet and are known to attack beehives because they like to eat honeybees. What a cute mischief maker!

Baby Platypus
Baby Platypus

Platypuses don't have stomachs, have lethal lvenomous spurs on their hind legs and lay eggs despite being mammals. The coolest thing about them, though, is that they create electric fields using muscle contractions that can detect other animals around them. Love those unique faces!

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Baby Polar Bear
Baby Polar Bear

Though polar bears may look white to us, they only appear that way because their fur reflects visible light, making them blend in with their snowy surroundings. Let's hug the little snowball!

Baby Koala
Baby Koala

Despite many people inaccurately calling them call them koala bears, they're not actually bears! Their closing living relatives are the wombats. But they're still adorable!

Baby Meerkat
Baby Meerkat

Able to spot predators in the air more than 300 meters away, Meerkats are known to have impeccable eyesight. Their peripheral vision also isn't too shabby due to the dark patches around their eyes cutting glare from the scorching desert surface. Sweethearts!

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Baby Cow
Baby Cow

Cows like to hang out in large herds and, like people, will befriend certain members while avoiding others. This cow's sweetness really moooooooves us!

Baby Gorilla
Baby Gorilla

Ninety-eight percent of a gorilla's DNA is identical to ours, meaning they are highly intelligent. One gorilla named KoKo has been taught sign language and can understand nearly 2000 English words. High five to these sweeties!

Baby Bunny
Baby Bunny

When rabbits want to express their joy, they take a running head start, jump into the air and twist their bodies while flicking their feet simultaneously. This is action is referred to as a binky. They definitely bring joy to us!

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