Squee Spree: Farewell Pangolin

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Squee Spree: Farewell Pangolin
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Farewell widdle scaly anteater, it has been fun hanging out with you this week. You make the world seem a little more magical and of course squee!

-Sally Squeeps

Squee Spree: Along for the Ride

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Squee Spree: Along for the Ride
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This nervous baby pangolin is just along for the ride on mama's tail, still trying to figure out how to roll into a proper ball!

-Sally Squeeps

Squee Spree: Baby Dragons

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Squee Spree: Baby Dragons
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I don't know about you squeeps, but I think pangolins resemble what I imagine a squee, baby dragon would look like. Perhaps they even contributed to the ancient legends!

-Sally Squeeps

Squee Spree: Scaly Anteater

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Squee Spree: Scaly Anteater
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Pangolins are the only mammals alive today that have bodies covered with thick, keratin scales - the same substance human nails are made from! It's no wonder this scaly squee has many nicknames like "scaly anteater", or "living pine cone", etc.

-Sally Squeeps

Squee Spree: Pangolin Wins!

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Squee Spree: Pangolin Wins!
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You squeeps voted in last week's Squee Spree face-off between the Echidna and the Pangolin, and the Pangolin came through victorious! So eat to your widdle heart's content baby Pangolin, you're going to need your strength this week.

-Sally Squeeps

Squee Spree: Echidna vs. Pangolin

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Squee Spree: Echidna vs. Pangolin
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For this week's Squee Spree face-off we have two strangely squee creatures, the Echidna (top) and the Pangolin (bottom). The Echidna is one of the only egg-laying mammals in the world and is also known as the spiny anteater, while the Pangolin is the only mammal to grow scales made of keratin all over its body!

Vote in the comments and be sure to check back Monday to see who won!

-Sally Squeeps