Can You Identify These Fluffy Animals?

By: Amanda Monell
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If you're a fan of all things furry, you'll be pretty familiar with this situation. You've decided to take on a home project and after a few failures, you decide to consult the almighty Internet for guidance. The next thing you know, you're looking at YouTube, and instead of looking at guidance videos on woodworking or food prep, you're stuck in the YouTube hole, watching videos of animals doing their thing and in some cases, wearing clothes. OK, who are we kidding? It is preferred that they're wearing clothes. In our opinion, baby animals look extra cute wearing clothes or near-human items. We have four words for you to prove our point: baby pigs in boots. Seriously, check them out!

Have you had a hard day at work? Have no fear, several nonprofit organizations have given us what we want. Fuzzy babies 24/7. Big Cat Rescue, a nonprofit sanctuary for wild cats that people took in as pets, offers videos of their kitties doing the same things that a pet feline would do. In addition to this awesomeness, they'll often have live videos of their kitties being kitties.

If we've established that you love fluffy animals, let's see if you can guess what these cute creatures are by taking this quiz.

If you want an example of shared parenting, take a look at the emperor penguin. Shortly after the egg is laid, the female leaves it with the father to get some food. While she's away, the male balances the egg on his feet, protecting it with a pouch.

With a home like Scotland as their native country, Highland cows would need a longish coat for the weather. They have a double coat to keep them warm and their horns aren't just ornamentation: They use them to dig for food during the winter.

If you're looking for a fun way to get your exercise in, check out baby goat yoga. While you are working on your poses, baby goats are released into the class for petting and at times scaling students because they look like perfect ledges.

Most fur-bearing pets require their claws to be clipped once in a while, however when you own a Guinea pig, you may have to spend some money to get your pet's teeth filed. This usually happens if they don't have enough chew toys.

If you were ever to come across a hairless polar bear, be prepared. Even though their fur is white, their skin is black. Why? Their white fur helps them hide in the snow and their darker skin absorbs the sun's heat.

Almost every parent on the planet needs a little me time. For the female cheetah, this alone time doesn't happen until her cubs are 1 1/2 – 2 years old. After her cubs leave, the female lives alone until mating season.

In 2015, a new Guinness World Record gave a sheep named Chris a new title. He was the sheep who produced the most wool in a single shearing. His 45-minute shearing produced 90 pounds of wool!

Even though wolves are sometimes seen hunting down elk, deer and other big prey animals, they aren't above eating other things. In Canada, wolves have been known to take a dip in the water to gather fish and other marine goodies.

Just like some of our pets, yaks shed their winter fur in the summer. Nomads will often be seen brushing the long hair out of the yak's coat, which becomes woven into rope or tents.

What do humans and alpacas have in common? Both humans and alpacas have spaces in their habitats designated as a bathroom. On top of this, males could be seen using the restroom alone, but females will often go together.

If you thought that Shetland ponies were only used in petting zoos, you'd be wrong. In Europe, the Grand National Race features the Shetland with children as jockeys, which helps introduce kids to horse riding.

Contrary to popular belief, poodles did not originate in France, but in Germany. The breed's name originated from the German word pudel, meaning puddle or splash. And with the French, the poodle made a splash; they loved its personality and intelligence.

In May of 2016, the American bison was named the national mammal of the United States. This is with good reason; the American bison has lived in North America since prehistoric times.

Camels are known for their humps, which are filled with fat and help them store water and help them keep going in the desert sun. When it does come to replenishing their water supply, a camel can drink up to 40 gallons in one sitting.

Ostriches are considered the largest birds on Earth, with an average height of between seven and nine feet. Their legs are incredibly strong, and when they're running they can cover between 10 and 16 feet in a single stride.

As the only pack animal in South America, a llama can carry between 50 and 75 pounds and they are able to travel around 20 miles a day. However, if you push them too hard, a llama can throw a fit, kicking and spitting until the weight is taken off them.

If you get a pet bunny and the next day you find that it suddenly falls over, don't freak out! It isn't playing dead, but showing you that it is happy. Many aficionados will call this a bunny flop.

Giant panda bears are considered vulnerable in terms of population. However, in its current state, the giant panda is increasing in numbers. This is mostly because of conservation efforts and better monitoring methods.

When it comes to housing, raccoons are creatures of opportunity, meaning that instead of building their own homes, they'll often find an available space. This could include the hollow of a tree or in an urban setting ... maybe even someone's attic.

If you want to classify a red panda, good luck! Scientists have been baffled by this species and they can't come to a decision whether the red panda is related to the giant panda or if they're similar to raccoons.

Unlike many animals, orangutans are very considerate of each others' spaces. All males are solitary and when they're looking to relocate, they'll rumble and howl to let the others know that he's coming and to get out of his way.

Aside from sharing 98% of the genetic blueprint, chimpanzees share several behaviors that humans have. Chimpanzees can use tools, employing sticks to dig out some tasty bugs for a meal.

Sometimes a gal needs some time away from her kids, and female ducks completely understand this. They will often leave their young in the care of an older and wiser female who watches over them like a ducky day care.

Even though penguin dads rock, emu dads are gold star parents. They build nests for the eggs, warm them until they hatch and then protect and teach them how to hunt for 18 months.

What do gorilla moms and human moms have in common? They both use baby talk! In 2011, scientists observed that the elder gorillas would nonverbally communicate with their young differently than they would their peers.

Foxes share a lot of similarities to our feline friends. They will often use their tails (or brushes) to cover themselves up in inclement weather and will communicate with others by signalling with it.

In addition to being an ideal pet for kids, Maine coons make great companions because they get along with pretty much everyone, including dogs. They also can be taught tricks similar to a dog.

In addition to being called a burro in Spanish-speaking countries, it is called an asino in Italy and a donkey in America. And if you ever needed to differentiate between the genders, a male donkey is a jack and a female donkey is a jenny.

Even though they look defenseless, the North American grey squirrel is an invasive species. When they were introduced in Great Britain in the 1870s as a fashionable addition to gardens, the grey squirrels almost drove the red squirrels to extinction.

While they are considered exotic, ferrets have actually been household pets for a while. Like cats, ferrets were domesticated by the ancient Greeks to help hunt down and eliminate vermin.

Just like any other pet, grooming is essential to keep a chinchilla's coat shiny and healthy. However, the method that a chinchilla uses to keep clean seems a little backward; they need to take a dust bath because it helps absorb any extra oils.

Just like humans, swans will often court their mates before committing to a long-term relationship. They are believed to mate for life and given that they have a lifespan of between 20 and 30 years, their romance can last longer than some marriages!

What do humans and hamsters have in common? There are some breeds that are extroverted (like the dwarf hamster) and some that are more comfortable isolated (like the Syrian hamster).

When they're fully grown, a capybara stands two feet tall and is around five feet in length. They enjoy each other's company; the size of a herd can reach 40 capybaras at one time.

The three-toed sloth is considered the slowest mammal on Earth. When they are awake (they sleep between 15 and 20 hours a day), they will probably chill out in the trees eating fruit shoots and leaves.

After 21 days of incubation, chicks hatch using something called an egg tooth. An egg tooth is a small hornlike protrusion that forms on the top of the chick's beak and helps it break through the shell of its egg.

Kiwis are small flightless nocturnal birds native to New Zealand and just like humans, they have a policy when it comes to visitors: Only spouses and other family members are allowed in its nest.

Wolverines aren't picky when it comes to food. They'll eat fruit and berries during the summer months, but a lot of their diet consists of meat. And that could mean eating carrion or taking on prey that is twice its size.

If you come across a prairie dog peering at you, don't be surprised if it stands up on its hind quarters and starts to chirp, don't be alarmed. That's just their way of telling other residents of the town that someone is near.

If you've ever wondered what breed of deer Santa's reindeer are, look no further than the caribou. They take place in the largest migration for larger animals, trekking over 600 miles with the females leading the way.

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