Top 15 Cutest Animals You’ve Never Heard
Originating in Australia, the gorgeous Sugar Glider is a lot like a flying squirell. They prefer sweet nectar-filled foods too!
Certainly not the only little-known Australian animal to be dubbed “cute”, this baby wallaby is adorable!
This little critter is found in Australia, and like most marsupials, they’re adorable! Fancy cuddling one of these – so sweet.
Who ever thought a rat could be so cute, right? This Red-Crested Tree Rat has beautiful coloring.
Found in Madagascar, the Ploughshare Tortoise, or Angonoka Tortoise, is critically endangered. Just look at how tiny this baby is!
Aww, just look at this little fellow clinging on to his soft toy! This is a baby Roloway Monkey, and they are only found in a small area of eastern Côte d’Ivoire and in the forests of Ghana.
Look at this baby Hainan Gibbon! This species is so rare that they are only found on Hainan Island in China.
The Red Panda is found in the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. This cutie may be called a panda, but its closest animal relatives are the raccoon, skunk and weasel!
Numbats are a marsupial found in Western Australia. This baby numbat is smaller than a human hand!
Look at those over-sized ears! This little animal is a cross between a mouse and a rabbit, and it is totally adorable.
Originating in Australia, the Golden Brushtail Possum has a gorgeous yellow color and the cutest little nose!
Strange name but cute as a button! The Dik Dik originates from the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa – We’d love one as a pet!
Similar to African wild dogs, the Dhole puppy looks a lot like the pups we often buy as pets! We think they’re so cute!
This adorable and tiny mammal is directly related to the rabbit. We think they’d make the most perfect pets.
They might have a long name, but the Baby Owston’s Civet remind us of the common domestic cat! Just as cute but with a whole lot more stripes!
Found in northern Africa, the Gundi is a type of small (and incredibly cute) rodent.
Also known as a “mouse-deer”, these little critters are found in the warmer parts of Asia and in parts of Africa – So adorable!
We love this little critter – it looks like a cross between a deer and a cow! It may be small now, but these animals grow up to be one of the largest of the African forest antelope species.
What happens when you cross a bear with a cat? This cute little animal of course!
This gorgeous Baby Agouti lives in South America and looks a lot like a hamster! Apparently it is one of the only animals that can open Brazil nuts without using any tools.