This is a battle of the fluffiest.
The newborn cuties are said to be the world's first surviving panda triplets.
SO. MUCH. CUTE. OH MY GOD.
A shot of pure love, straight to your heart.
They're like The Brady Bunch of wild animals.
They've lived in a nest high up in a tree for their entire short lives. Now it's time to jump.
It's Monkey Candy!
A lot of people enjoyed Lincoln over Thanksgiving weekend. These li'l cuties were not among them.
No matter what party you vote for, we can all agree baby party mascots are the cutest thing ever.
You can hear its satisfied mouth-smacking sounds.
Has to be. What could possibly out-squishy-tiny li'l Beau?
This one-month-old white lion lives at the Leon's Zoo in Guanajuato, Mexico. He is really something else.
This duckling has a bright future as a track star.
This baby koala is fresh out of the pouch and ready to move from milk to leaves!
Oh. My. God.
Nothing, that's what.
Harry excels at biting noses and being adorable. [Ed. note: There's been some rather unfortunate news about young Harry. RIP.]
This 5-week-old endangered clouded leopard club really loves getting his sweet spot scratched.
It also might just be the cutest. This Royal Antelope was born on February 23 at the Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa, FL, and stands at about 6 inches tall.
And human hands. Enjoy.
Every kid loves a sandbox, amirite? Watch as Little Lucas has fun, like most kids do, in a big pile of sand.
You're welcome, guys.
Hey kids, don't get between Mom and her food! This applies to pigs as well.
It is clear that traditional and non-traditional baskets are a great home for many animals.
Who knew that something that started out so ugly could end up so adorable?
In which six absurdly adorable baby tortoises chow down on lettuce. Just a head's up: when I finally retire I'm going to spend my days watching tortoises eat.
I don't know about you guys, but my stress level just dropped by about 20%.
Very, very slowly. I can't even begin to convey how cute these baby sloths are.
This adorable male sifaka lemur was born at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore on Saturday, November 12, 2011.
Apparently the "pull my finger" gag transcends species.
Baby Tasmanian devils are called 'joeys', and they're adorable. The keepers at Sydney's Taronga Zoo get their first look at a litter of joeys born this spring. (via)
Your dosage of cute for the day! Awww, these little guys look so hungry!
Watch this wobbly anteater baby flop around.
Happy Elephant Appreciation Day! If I could genetically engineer an elephant to stay a baby forever, I'd totally keep one as a pet. These guys are just too cute!