Apr. 27th, 2010

Squee!!!

Apr. 27th, 2010 01:22 pm
They can leap 45 feet and kill prey that is two- to three-times their size. Snow leopards are at the top of the food chain and considered an indicator species. <br><br>Here, two-month-old snow leopard cub Yukichi is groomed by his mother Yuki during his first public appearance at the Tama Zoological Park in Tokyo, Japan.

Newborn baby panthers Larisa and Sipura stare at photographers during a media presentation of the cubs at the Tierpark zoo on June 9, 2009 in Berlin, Germany.

The three cubs, born in April, are named Atiero, Jumanes and Valdivia.

And another cutie pie from the cat family:  Jave a new leopard cub arrives at Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden at The Mirage Hotel and Casino Resort in February.


Watery squee!
These are otters?  SeaWorld animal trainers in Orlando have their hands full with four baby Asian small-clawed otters.  Asian small-clawed otters live in the rivers, creeks, estuaries and coastal waters of Southeast Asia, from northern India to southeastern China, the Malay Peninsula and parts of Indonesia.

A pup harp seal rests on the ice floes off the coast of the Magdalen Islands, Quebec.

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