These newborn Bush Babies are curious and ready to explore the world. If you have any advice for them, they're all ears!
I'm gonna stash you in my purse and you're coming home with me!
Zoologists say that Sand Cat's big ears help to dissipate heat and detect prey scurrying along the sand. My personal theory is they also help them hear our mighty squees!
The long eared jerboa
Let's rub noses like the fennec foxes!
What makes a lynx squee? I'm glad you asked. Large floofy paws, floppy ears, and a fluffy stub of a tail!
Tarsiers are afraid of the dark. That's why they have such big eyes and ears, so that nothing can sneak up on them.