What's the cutest baby animal?
It could even be a human. Tell us why.
Monkey for me,just seeing how it clings to its mother all the time it sees her mother move anywhere.
I have to say an infant baboon! They are just too precious.
A little puppy, obviously! Though some puppies are cuter than others. Good luck resisting a golden retriever puplet, for example...
It is the nature of babies to be cute, including human babies, it's to do with survival, is one more cute than another? I don't really know. I know I always laugh at the antics of babies, whatever species, especially human at about the time when that first tooth is through and they look up and laugh with a scrunched up face and the tooth showing:-)
for me most cute baby animal is cow... Those big eyes and stumbling walk... it is jus so cute
Baby Raccoons! They just wrap they're little arms around a tree and stare at you with these Big Black spots around their little eyes! It's Ah-Dorable!!
by girly_girl098 years ago
This is so cute and hilarious. What an adorable little puppy!!!This video will certainly make you smile:http://video.yahoo.com/network/10000008 … =100000085 Now I really want a French Bulldog puppy....
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