All the Cutes!


All the cutes forever!

So much adorable you won't be able to even.

Pretty much exclusively other people's pictures and videos of adorable animals.
Almost entirely reblogs, but occasionally content from elsewhere - may not always be correctly sourced, so apologies for that.

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worldlyanimals:

Douroucouli / Owl Monkey / Night Monkey (Vanjerono)

worldlyanimals:

Douroucouli / Owl Monkey / Night Monkey (Vanjerono)

Tagged: animalsmammalsprimatesdouroucoulisowl monkeynight monkeyfavoriteloveeyesfacecuteadorablecuriousposephotographydouroucouliqueue

Source: Flickr / dahawk392

funnywildlife:


Wide-eyed !!! 
Lisimba, a two-month-old Hamlyn’s monkey cub, is pictured with its mother, Karmina, on August 2 at the zoo in Mulhouse, France.
by Sebastien Bozon /Getty Images

funnywildlife:

Wide-eyed !!!

Lisimba, a two-month-old Hamlyn’s monkey cub, is pictured with its mother, Karmina, on August 2 at the zoo in Mulhouse, France.

by Sebastien Bozon /Getty Images

Tagged: monkeysanimalsprimatesnaturephotographysebastien bozonconservationcutequeue

Source: wildography.co.uk

worldlyanimals:

Squirrel Monkey (PeterQQ2009)

worldlyanimals:

Squirrel Monkey (PeterQQ2009)

Tagged: animalsmammalsprimatessquirrel monkeysamazonnaturewildwildlifeeyesfaceportraitgorgeouscuteadorablemonkeyqueue

Source: Flickr / peterschoen

cog-nito:

Highly tactile, emotional beings, chimpanzees (Genus Pan) embrace, kiss, reach out with open palms for reassurance, or touch other chimps back to give it. On meeting, chimps sometimes kiss, and youngsters frequently embrace and carry infants around. Adults also embrace to show solidarity when excited or frightened, especially during conflicts. Infant chimps are in close physical contact with their mothers for their first five years. A mother grooms her offspring during the early years, and older youngsters learn to return the favor. Much of their time is spent on grooming, which plays a key role in communication (its function is often compared with that of human gossip). Grooming may occur in pairs or groups, and reveals a lot about the relationships between individuals. Low-ranking chimpanzees frequently groom those of higher rank to appease them, and the dominant alpha male is usually at the hub of a grooming group. Grooming is also a way in which males establish political coalitions- the alpha male may even groom allies to win support. Photo by jenmartin. 

cog-nito:

Highly tactile, emotional beings, chimpanzees (Genus Pan) embrace, kiss, reach out with open palms for reassurance, or touch other chimps back to give it. On meeting, chimps sometimes kiss, and youngsters frequently embrace and carry infants around. Adults also embrace to show solidarity when excited or frightened, especially during conflicts. Infant chimps are in close physical contact with their mothers for their first five years. A mother grooms her offspring during the early years, and older youngsters learn to return the favor. Much of their time is spent on grooming, which plays a key role in communication (its function is often compared with that of human gossip). Grooming may occur in pairs or groups, and reveals a lot about the relationships between individuals. Low-ranking chimpanzees frequently groom those of higher rank to appease them, and the dominant alpha male is usually at the hub of a grooming group. Grooming is also a way in which males establish political coalitions- the alpha male may even groom allies to win support. Photo by jenmartin

Tagged: ChimpanzeePanHominidaePrimatesZoologyinfoanimalsqueue

Source: ody-ssea

naturejunkie:

Photo by: Me

naturejunkie:

Photo by: Me

Tagged: primateslemursqueue

Source: naturejunkie

funnywildlife:

funnywildlife:
A Mother’s Love!!

funnywildlife:

funnywildlife:

A Mother’s Love!!

Tagged: gorillasanimalsprimateswildlifenaturephotographyconservationqueue

Source: hcemorris

worldlyanimals:

Mother and Child (AndrewMarston)

worldlyanimals:

Mother and Child (AndrewMarston)

Tagged: animalsmammalsprimatesmacaquesphotographyanimalmammalprimatemacaquejapanesejapanmonkeymonkeysnaturewildwildlifeeyesfaceredportraitfamilylovemotherbabyyoungcuteadorableprecioussweetbehavior

Source: AndrewMarston.deviantart.com

worldlyanimals:

Big Guy (Art-Photo)

worldlyanimals:

Big Guy (Art-Photo)

Tagged: animalsmammalsprimatesorangutansapesanimalmammalprimateorangutanapegreatphotographynaturewildwildlifezoobiggorgeousbeautifulcutequeue

Source: Art-Photo.deviantart.com

worldlyanimals:

Ash the Chimpanzee (owenbooth)

worldlyanimals:

Ash the Chimpanzee (owenbooth)

Tagged: animalsmammalsprimatesapeschimpanzeesanimalmammalprimatechimpanzeeapechimpschimpphotographynaturewildwildlifezoobabyyoungcuteadorableeyesfaceportraitgorgeousposebeautifulashqueue

Source: Flickr / owenbooth

worldlyanimals:

Chimpanzee (TOONMAN_blchin)

worldlyanimals:

Chimpanzee (TOONMAN_blchin)

Tagged: animalsmammalsprimateschimpanzeesanimalmammalprimatechimpanzeeapeapeschimpschimpphotographynaturewildwildlifezoobabyyoungcuteadorablemotherlovefamilylovingcaringprecioussweetqueue

Source: Flickr / toonmanimage