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IT'S SO CUTE RIGHT???

Virginia Opossums are also adorable omg like look at this.. I'm in love w/ them now-

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Holland Lop
 
i LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE jellyfish. theyre so blobby and pretty and fun to look at.

chinese mitten crabs
I legit ate jellyfish a few days ago that I got at a korean place and it was good but really difficult to chew lol

and chinese mitten crabs seem funny but kinda cute? idk like it looks like it could do a funny dance

Blue jay
 
I did ponder upon owning a parakeet; owing to their expressive nature. Nowadays, I'd probably look to the other branches of diapsids, but I'd be lying if I said I don't have a soft spot for these little dinosaurs.

Crassigyrinus
 
wooooow! neat!! i just had to google them and wow. i can't believe they get up to six feet long, that feels like quite a lot?! it seems that fossils were found in scotland but also possibly in west virginia in america?? all in all they seem really interesting, i guess i should look into prehistoric amphibians more lol...?

sea pineapples?
 
As far as I'm concerned their appeal is the fact that I find them rather 'alien'. They also make for good 'decoration' in coral reefs.

Powdered glass tree frog.
 
I'm not very versed on marsupials, but this li'l thing is truly remarkable among them. Apparently a keystone species integral to the survival of the Proteaceae and currently the only known non-chiropteran nectarivorous mammal; this superficially rat-like critter's snoot clearly ain't just for show.

Sharovipteryx
 
People seem to either love them or hate them but I'm more in the middle. They're quite cute but nothing special and I prefer large breeds anyway.

Chinchilla
 
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