Who could possibly love trees more than a creature that spends almost 80 percent of its life sleeping in them? Now that's a true tree hugger!
Come son, let's go for a walk.
This mommy ring-tailed lemur doesn't need a babysitter, she just carries them with her!
Don't cry, mommy's here!
What's better in this hot, summer weather than a good swim? Going swimming with Capybaras of course!
It was a close match-up between the takin and the muskox, but in the end you squeeps decided you wanted to see more takins. So get ready to squee a bunch more over these Himalayan goat-antelopes!
Remember widdle elephant to always look both ways and hold trunks while crossing the road.
One of the pros of being a mom is getting to play with your rambunctious, squeedorable cubs. One of the cons of being a mom is that you will likely run out of energy much sooner than they do.
Babies need some extra help sometimes from mommy to get squeaky clean. Don't forget to get behind the ears!
"Stop being so dramatic son! We ate lunch an hour ago, so no you are not going to starve. Stop whining and go play with your friends - mommy needs some quiet time..."
Here we see this baby sea lion's very first nose boop! The first one is always the squeest!
Don't be shy widdle takin calf, you can come on out from under mommy. We just want to squee at you!
Last week you voted in the Squee Spree poll to determine if the possum or the porcupine is squeer. Turns out the porcupine, with all its prickles, makes you squee! Thank you for voting.
It is so squee and endearing to see chimpanzees playing with their young the same way us humans do! Maybe we're not so different after all?
This mama seal is protecting her most precious buried treasure.
Mommy! Don't leave without me!