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Cutest Animals

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Transcript of Cutest Animals

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Koala Bears
Thank you!
Kittens
At least we think
Cutest Animals
Red Pandas are also known as lesser pandas, the red bear-cat and the red cat-bear. They have reddish - brown fur and a long shaggy tail. Despite their name, Red Pandas aren't pandas! Red
Pandas like fake sugar. In a 2009 study in The Journal of Heredity, researchers presented a variety of Carnivoran species with bowls of plain water, or artificially sweet water.
Facts:

Kittens can't see or hear fully until they are 2 to 3 weeks old.

Even newborn kittens can purr, they can often be heard while they're nursing or being cleaned by their mothers
Kittens can be left or right pawed the same way humans are left or right handed.If you watch closely, you'll be able to determine whether your kitten uses his left or right paw to find out new things.

All kittens are born with blue eyes and will have their fully developed eye colour at around 8 weeks old.

When cats are happy, they knead with their paws.

Cats can run up to 30 miles an hour.

Although they are commonly
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oala bears, they have nothing to do with bears and are actually like a teddy bear
. As long as cats, Koalas sleep in a comftorble spot in a tree for 18 hours. Even though koalas look soft and cuddly, but to the touch, not so much. They have a thick wooly fur that protects them from both heat and cold and also helps repel water. In fact, their fur is the thickest of all marsupials. In other news that has nothing to do with their fur, in the ideal
conditions in the wild, male koalas live about to the age of 10 and females may live a few years older.
Thank you for watching our cute animals
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