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.
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!
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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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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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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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