Sea otters, native to the coasts of the North Pacific Ocean, are a member of the weasel family.
Red pandas mostly live in trees, known for wrapping themselves in their tails in the winter for warmth.
Fennec foxes have the largest ears relative to the body size which is the cuteness factor of them.
The distinctive long nose of the elephant shrew lends a whimsical air to these small, fuzzy mammals.
These mountain-dwelling herbivores have adapted to thrive in inhospitable environments and they live in colonies.
Easily recognizable by their large eyes, tarsiers are a kind of primate that lives in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia.
Axolotls are aquatic salamanders with distinct, feathery gills on either side of their heads. Unlike other kinds of salamander.
Tawny frogmouths closely resemble owls but are actually not owls. They are nocturnal and have a similar face like owls.
Leafy sea dragons maintain their plant-like appearance in order to camouflage with the plant life on the ocean floor.
Honduran white bats are tiny, reaching an adult size of between 3 and 5 cm long.