Squeeeeee! Knowing that Koalas are capable of flopping their ears when they're tickled just took them to the next level of squee! I could watch this all day... maybe I will.
Now you can take your squees with you wherever you go!
What is this fuzzy guy? A bear? A marsupial? A mammal? I don't know, but he's so squeedorable that I MUST know! Help me out squeeps.
Did you know that Wombats, unlike most marsupials, have backwards-facing pouches? This is because mommy Wombats like to dig, and having a backwards pouch protects the baby from dirt and rocks.
Now I thought I had seen most all of the squee animals in the world, but this one has me stumped. What is this cute spotted creature with a big button nose? Can you squeeps help me figure it out?
This baby wombasquee is finally out of his mamma's pouch and ready to explore the world!
Congratulations widdle Wombat! You managed to beat the Panda Bear in last week's Squee Spree versus, and we're all looking forward to squeeing over you!