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Need a little cute in your life? We all do. There’s nothing wrong with getting a warm and fuzzy fix on a daily basis. That’s why we’re here, with a dose of the most aww-inducing animal pictures on the Web this week.
SPECTACULAR SPECTACLED SWEETIE
In Arizona at the Phoenix Zoo, a gorgeous spectacled owl chick shows off its cuteness after being born to the zoo’s pair of spectacled owls. Too cute!
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Actress Jane Lynch poses with a cute Lhasa Apso in Venice, Calif., while hosting a PBS series called “Shelter Me.”
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WHERE THE LADIES AT?
In the U.K. at the Chester Zoo, Meru the male giraffe recently arrived from a zoo in Germany. He is supposedly getting to know the giraffe girls very well. What a cutie!
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Puffins are pictured on the Inner Farne in the Farne Islands as the 2013 National Trust Puffin census begins. They’re so adorable.
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Beautiful borneo apes are seen playing in their enclosure at the zoo in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
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Panda Da Mao eats bamboo during a visit from a VIP crowd the Metro Toronto Zoo in Canada.
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At the West Midlands Safari Park in Bewdley, a lion is photographed chasing keepers around the new off-road track in its enclosure.
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A gorgeous peregrine falcon is seen flying over Leipzig, eastern Germany. The species have been ringed in Leipzig to research the diurnal activity of the endangered birds.
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LIL’ VIPER BABIES
Baby Kanburi pit viper snakes are now on display at the Natural History Museum in Germany. There are 12 snakes altogether.
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HUNGRY, HUNGRY RHINO
In Australia at the Taronga Western Plains Zoo, a greater one-horned rhino is seen using its mouth to pluck leaves for grazing.
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This is Kali, a polar bear cub orphaned when his mother was killed by a hunter in Alaska. Kali moved to the Buffalo Zoo in Buffalo, N.Y., on May 15.
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GORILLA GROWING UP
This is the youngest gorilla at the Taronga Zoo in Australia. She loves testing boundaries to see how far she can venture from her mother before being reined back in. See more photos of her in the zoo’s Facebook photo album.
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THIS ONE’S A STRETCH
During a baby-animal inventory, Germany’s Hagenbeck Zoo measures little Tamu the giraffe.
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This female black bear is 45 days old. She was found by children playing in the fringes of a town near the dense forest of Kaghan Valley in Northwest Pakistan. The cub is being cared for at a wildlife office in Mansehra, Pakistan, until she’s old enough to be released back into the wild.
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A judge checks out a goat at the Devon County Show on May 16 in Exeter, England. It’s one of the region’s biggest county shows, and is used as a barometer for the health of the whole agricultural industry.
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Mianga the lion poses with owner Ales Basista in the garden of Basista’s house in Stupava, Czech Republic.
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A walrus enjoys a treat during the baby-animal inventory at Hagenbeck Zoo in Germany.
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BOUNCING BABOON BABIES
Gelada baboons play around their zoo enclosure in Zurich, Switzerland.
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Mawson the dingo gets in touch with his creative side at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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MOTHER AND CHILD
Nonja the orangutan, 35, enjoys a quiet moment of bonding with her newborn. The baby was born on May 8.
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TRIMMED TO PERFECTION
At Alpaca-Land farm in Obertrum, Austria, a shorn alpaca shows off its cute new ‘do after being trimmed to make it more comfortable for the summer months.
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In Germany, a swan couple swims on a pond with their adorable chicks. Too cute!
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A beautiful trio of African wild dogs turns 8 years old today at the Oregon Zoo. Happy birthday to Widdle, Wooster and Wally!
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KIRRA THE KOALA
At the San Diego Zoo in California, a koala has been named! The cutie’s name is Kirra, which means “leaf” in an Aboriginal Australian language.
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At the 66th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France, a man is seen walking his very adorable dogs. Aw, so cute!
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The Los Angeles Zoo has named a beautiful condor named Dolly as the nation’s first crucially threatened condor ambassador.
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A LITTLE HELP FROM MAMA
Moyo the baby elephant receives a little help from his mother, Sabie, during his first outing at the zoo in Wuppertal, Germany.
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THREE LITTLE PIGGIES
At the Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire, U.K., newborn wild boar sisters Hettie, Dotty and Gertie are pictured together looking very, very cute. Their mother had a large litter and was unable to give them the attention they needed, so a keeper has been looking after the tiny triplets around the clock.
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Ring-tailed lemurs are pictured looking out a window in their new outdoor enclosure at the Darwineum department of the zoo in Rostock, Germany.
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TOO MUCH CUTENESS
A tiger cub is seen being examined at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio, prior to being determined a female. Girl power!
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In Australia at the Taronga Zoo, three gorgeous boobook owls are currently doing well at the zoo’s rehabilitation center after being rescued from a tree that was cut down. Their names are Sarah, Percy and Bill. Adorable!
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Kali the Sumatran tiger is growing very quickly at the Point Defiance Zoo in Washington state. She now weighs a bit more than 9 pounds. So cute!
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CHECKIN’ YOU OUT
At the Reid Park Zoo in Arizona, Jasiri the giraffe inspects a duckling in his pond.
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STRETCHING THOSE PAWS
Alec Baldwin is photographed walking his adorable dog in New York City’s West Village.
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A beautiful little musk ox baby has been welcomed at the Calgary Zoo in Alberta, Canada. We’re loving the cute face he’s making!
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STOP. BANANA TIME!
In Texas at the Houston Zoo, a raccoon is seen enjoying a nice, sweet banana. Yum!
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PRECIOUS AND PRICKLY
At the Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Australia, an echidna is seen eating some food. These animals use their really long tongues to suck the food back into their beaks when they eat. Very cool!
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A newborn banteng receives a comforting nuzzle from mom, Pari, at the Chester Zoo in the U.K.
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A RARE SIGHT
A rare Javan gibbon baby has just recently arrived at the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo in Indiana. He is only the second of his kind to be born in a U.S. zoo this past year, so he is very special.
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An American burying beetle is shown off by insectarium keeper Mandy Pritchard at the Cincinnati Zoo in Ohio. The species is federally protected.
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TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
Jack Hanna shows off a gorgeous lynx on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
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At the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, adorable baby prairie dogs pop from their burrows and are seen interacting with each other. Seventeen babies have been counted so far!
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A guide is seen leading a camel near the Yueyaquan Crescent Lake in Dunhuang, China.
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ADOPT ME, PWEEZ?
A kitten up for adoption is pictured in its cage in New York City during the North Shore Animal League America Mobile Adoption Initiative Launch. Such a cutie!
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SHEARED TO PERFECTION
In Magdeburg, Germany, keepers are seen holding alpacas undergoing the shearing procedure. Alpacas need to be sheared every two years to avoid any felting of their coats.
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SWIM LIKE AN EGYPTIAN
Beautiful pelicans are pictured swimming on a lake at the Giza Zoo in Egypt.
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GOODNESS, GOAT CUTENESS
On NBC News, Sara Haines appears on the “Today” show holding an adorable baby goat. Too cute!
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I’VE GOT YOU, BABE
Western lowland gorilla mother Momoko holds her baby at Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo. What a cutie!
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In London, England, Pudsey the tog pops a pose with David Walliams, Hugh Bonneville and Tayla Butler at the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards. He’s got talent!
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A BEAUTIFUL STEED
Merida rides in the Mother’s Day festivities on her gorgeous horse, Angus, at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.
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