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Baby Owl Burrito…

A 2-day old piping plover

Live newborn lynx spiderlings (6x), 2nd Place Winner | 2012 Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition

Drones (males) of Apis mellifera looking out of the "bee hotel" #seemyscience

Crocodile love?

Smooth-fronted Caiman (Paleosuchus palpebrosus) Few weeks old baby, October 2005

tiger tiger burning bright by Khushroo Ghadiali, via Flickr

Smiling alligator

Poor doggie!

Jumping spider, how can you not love that face!

One of the rarest birds of all is New Zealand's kakapo. The above picture of the large, flightless bird approaching the camera snagged first place in the "critically endangered or extinct in the wild" category. Only 124 animals remain in the wild—the species has been largely wiped out by introduced predatory mammals such as feral cats.

Penguins wearing sweaters!!!


"Bald eagles" chasing after a dropped fish, AK. - Photo by Charles Glatzer

Bald eagles by Charles Glatzer / 500px

labrador and leopard

Hungry, Hungry Puffin

Caiman trumps Piranha

Big eyed blackie!

The world's biggest insect lives on Little Barrier Island, in New Zealand and is endangered. The "Giant Weta" is so large it can eat carrots; the size of this specimen is about average for its species.

Big kitties!

because no one likes a disorganized pile of kitties...

canada goose and babies

Sphynx cats

so many owlets!

Baby Hippo!