Cutest Animals In The US

Join us in discovering the cutest animals in the United States!

There are deep psychological reasons why humans find babies of all species so cute. Scientists believe that our powerful nurturing instinct for our  children spills over into an affection for anything that even loosely  resembles them.

The features that make their appearance look especially cute are their  big brown eyes and large ears. Apart from this, they have fluffy bodies,  which makes them ideal for cuddling.

#1 The Eastern Cottontail Rabbit

The red panda is a carnivore native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China. These pandas typically grow to the size of a house cat.

#2 Albert’s Squirrel

Antelope squirrels have a white stripe on their back that does not go up  to their heads and a flat tail that curves towards their back.

#3 The Eastern Cottontail Rabbit

Their round size and soft fur make them adorable to look at. But don’t be fooled by their lovable exterior. They are hazardous. 

#4 American Black Bear

Box turtles have a very similar appearance to a tortoise and belong to the American turtle family.

#5 Box Turtle

These deer are endemic to North America. They have a reddish-brown  coating on their body that changes colors to grey-brown during the fall  and winter seasons.

#6 White-Tailed Deer

Grizzly bears also come in the category of cute animals due to their  round bodies and fluffy fur. Their coating comes in the colors brown and  black

#7 Grizzly Bear

Another lovable feature is their yellow eyes, which are an absolute  attraction to the viewers. They have two dark patches at the back of  their neck that look similar to their eyes.

#8 Northern Pygmy Owl

Pikas are tiny animals that are related to the rabbit and hare families. They have a cute diminutive size of 6 to 8 inches.

#9 American Pika

They have a unique spotted pattern on their bodies in different shades:  tan and grey. If their body base is dark, it will have light spots – and  vice versa

#10 Harbor Seal

There is still so much more to discover about these adorable creatures!

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