#1 The Sugar Glider
Originating in Australia, the gorgeous Sugar Glider is a lot like a flying squirell. They prefer sweet nectar-filled foods too!
#2 The Australian Wallaby
Certainly not the only little-known Australian animal to be dubbed “cute”, this baby wallaby is adorable!
#3 The Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat
This little critter is found in Australia, and like most marsupials, they’re adorable! Fancy cuddling one of these – so sweet.
#4 The Red-Crested Tree Rat
Who ever thought a rat could be so cute, right? This Red-Crested Tree Rat has beautiful coloring.
#5 The Ploughshare Tortoise
Found in Madagascar, the Ploughshare Tortoise, or Angonoka Tortoise, is critically endangered. Just look at how tiny this baby is!
#6 The Roloway Monkey
Aww, just look at this little fellow clinging on to his soft toy! This is a baby Roloway Monkey, and they are only found in a small area of eastern CÃ´te d’Ivoire and in the forests of Ghana.
#7 The Hainan Gibbon
Look at this baby Hainan Gibbon! This species is so rare that they are only found on Hainan Island in China.
#8 The Red Panda
The Red Panda is found in the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. This cutie may be called a panda, but its closest animal relatives are the raccoon, skunk and weasel!
#9 The Numbat
Numbats are a marsupial found in Western Australia. This baby numbat is smaller than a human hand!
#10 The Jerboa
Look at those over-sized ears! This little animal is a cross between a mouse and a rabbit, and it is totally adorable.
#11 The Golden Brushtail Possum
Originating in Australia, the Golden Brushtail Possum has a gorgeous yellow color and the cutest little nose!
#12 The Dik Dik
Strange name but cute as a button! The Dik Dik originates from the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa – We’d love one as a pet!
#13 The Dhole Puppy
Similar to African wild dogs, the Dhole puppy looks a lot like the pups we often buy as pets! We think they’re so cute!
#14 The Baby Pika
This adorable and tiny mammal is directly related to the rabbit. We think they’d make the most perfect pets.
#15 The Baby Owston’s Civet
They might have a long name, but the Baby Owston’s Civet remind us of the common domestic cat! Just as cute but with a whole lot more stripes!
#16 The Baby Gundi
Found in northern Africa, the Gundi is a type of small (and incredibly cute) rodent.
#17 The Chevrotain
Also known as a “mouse-deer”, these little critters are found in the warmer parts of Asia and in parts of Africa – So adorable!
#18 The Baby Bongo
We love this little critter – it looks like a cross between a deer and a cow! It may be small now, but these animals grow up to be one of the largest of the African forest antelope species.
#19 The Bear Cat
What happens when you cross a bear with a cat? This cute little animal of course!
#20 Baby Agouti
This gorgeous Baby Agouti lives in South America and looks a lot like a hamster! Apparently it is one of the only animals that can open Brazil nuts without using any tools.