10 Cutest Animals In The World

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Fennec Fox

Algeria's national animal, the Fennec fox, is famous for its cuteness. They have tiny paws, small doe eyes, and big ears. They are native to the Sahara desert, found mainly in Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, and Egypt.

Fennec Fox | Unsplash

Munchkin Cats

The Munchkin cat is among the table toppers of cutest animals. It has adorable tiny legs and a cutely confused countenance. They originated from the US and are now found in many countries.

Munchkin cat | Unsplash

Red Panda

The red panda is found in the Himalayas and parts of China and is a small arboreal mammal. It is among the cutest animals in the world with soft red fur, lovely face, and a cheeky temperament.

Red Panda | Photo by Jennifer Ermler on Unsplash


Penguins are flightless birds widely known for their cuteness. They have tapered bodies, making them look like they are wearing tuxedos. They are found in Antarctica and other cold regions.

Penguin | Photo by Torsten Dederichs on Unsplash


Otters are semi-aquatic mammals found in rivers, lakes, and other water bodies. They are playful in nature and have tender fur and cute face found worldwide.

Otters | Photo by Emily Nelson on Unsplash

Baby Elephant

Baby elephants are surely among the cutest animals in the world. They are friendly creatures with jovial traits. Their small bodies dominated by big ears and big ears are cuteness embodied.

Baby elephant | Unsplash


Koala is a marsupial native to Australia and is known for its soft fluffy body, adorable ears, and face like teddy bears. The are greatly adored for their cuteness.

Koala | Unsplash


Meerkat are friendly mammals found in southern Africa. They are naughty little creatures who remain alert as they spread cuteness.

Meerkat | Unsplash


Hedgehog are tiny, spiky animals found mostly in Europe, Asia, and Africa. They are known to be kept as pets and have funny nose, plump bodies, and lovely quills.

Hedgehog | Unsplash


Mink are dark-colored, semi-aquatic mammals found throughout North America. They live in sparse regions in burrows, logs, roots, and hollow trees.

Mink | Wikimedia Commons