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Baby Turtles

Baby turtle cute is a whole new kind of cute, but it is cute none-the-less.  Keep your eyes open for two headed cute.

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The Graham Ten

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Maybe the Cutest Animal on the Planet

April 28, 2011 Leave a comment

I used to work with a guy who said that when he died he wanted to be reincarnated as a river otter.  His rational was that he would then be able to spend his days lazily floating down a river eating fish.  I don’t know if I want to be reincarnated as an otter, but I sure love watching them play at the zoo.  They just may be the cutest animal on the planet.

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Zoo Cuties

April 6, 2011 Leave a comment

Oh Hai!

Please enjoy a healthy dose of cute baby zoo animals.  There is a wealth of cuteness at the zoo.

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Meerkat Madness!

February 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Oh Hai!

Meerkats are definitely one of the cutest animals on Earth, hands down.  Baby meerkats, well there just plain irresistible.  Enjoy the photo gallery.  Try not to overdose on the cuteness.

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The Graham Ten

TCTBR: Too Cute to Be Real

January 29, 2010 Leave a comment

Oh Hai,

Again I am behind the times because this cutie pie has been all over the net, but I just cannot believe how mind blowingly adorable the Kirk’s Dik-dik is.

Kirk’s Dik-dik

The Kirk’s Dik-dik (Madoqua kirkii) is a small antelope found in eastern and southwestern Africa. It grows to 28 inches in length and weighs up to 15 pounds when full grown. It has a reddish-brown head and a tail that is 14-22 inches long.  The cutie’s name comes from the alarm call it makes when threatened.   Like other antelopes, the dik-dik feeds on trees, shrubs, and grasses. These animals prefer open space with short grass, and will move to a new location if the grass becomes too tall for them to see clearly.   For shelter, dik-diks hide in shrubs and sometimes tunnels, often in dry stream beds. The dik-dik also happens to be water-independent, ingesting all of the water it needs from its diet.  These antelope typically live in pairs and raise their children cooperatively.

While the adults are extremely adorable, it is the tiny sized babies that will really blow your mind.  Enjoy!

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The Graham Ten

Hello World! Some Massive Cuteness and a Shameless Plug

January 7, 2010 Leave a comment

Oh Hai!

This little girl has been all over the net, but I have to put in my two cents worth.  She is a cotton top tamarin monkey who was born quite by surprise at Zoo Boise.  Despite her mother being unable to care for her and having to spend the beginning of her life in intensive care, this adorable little girl looks like the happiest creature alive.  She just popped out ready to take on the world and climbed right into the hearts of millions.    She is quite the little actress too because she can do thoughtful and sad pretty well too.

Good luck little one.

Now that I have lured you in with undeniable cuteness, I am going to put in a shameless plug for my Etsy shop.  Please go visit.  I have added a lot of new items, including vintage Fisher Price Little People key chains.

You might just find something you like.  Rockshanks Repurposed Art Jewelry.

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The Graham Ten