Cutest Animals EVER?!

Cutest Animals EVER?!


– Oh, peanut butter is good. I don’t know what’s cuter,
the baby sloth itself or the baby sloth eating a leaf. Awe, there you go. This reindeer loves, ah,
burped right in my face. (jungle music) Over the past four years,
we have embarked upon many incredible adventures and have
certainly seen our fair share of creepy looking creatures. Who could forget the
giant black sea slug. Oh my gosh, is it slimy! There’s no question
about it, that slug was an amazing creature and
we were lucky to find it. But you probably wouldn’t say that gargantuan gastropod
was exactly cute. And then there are the
things that we’ve run into that are just straight
up nightmares. Remember this? Here we go. (screaming) That was an experience
I won’t soon forget, no matter how hard I
try, and believe me, when it comes to the
giant desert centipede, boy do I try to forget! But not all of our adventures feature creepy or
slimy creatures. Some of my favorite moments
have actually been with what I consider the cutest
animals on our planet. So we decided to put together
the top five cutest animals ever featured on The
Brave Wilderness Channel. Then as we began to
construct the list, we realized how do
you choose just five? So instead, we
decided to bring you the top eight cutest creatures. I hope you’re all ready
for cuteness overload. Coming in at number eight, my
favorite prickly little buddy, the Mexican hairy
dwarf porcupine
appropriately named Bud. (cello music) Bud, look what Coyote
has, it’s a peanut. Oh, peanut butter is good. Come up here, look
what I’ve got. It’s nice working with a
porcupine of this size, it’s a little easier for
me to get right up close without him getting too scared. And let’s look at the
fur, you see that, real dark in coloration,
it’s what you’ll get with this species. And underneath these guard
hairs, a bunch of quills. Bud, do you think it’d be okay if we show everybody
at home your quills? I’m gonna take that as a
yes, all right, watch this. Okay, I’m just gonna part
this hair back very gently. Take a look at that,
can you see in there? – [Cameraman] Oh yeah. – Oh yeah, you know
what those are? Those are quills and the
bad thing about these quills is that they have reverse barbs. Those get into your
snout or your hand and they dig deeper and
deeper and deeper over time. So, what I’m not gonna do today is get quilled by
this little porcupine. It’s amazing to watch them
eat to see how his claws and his hands just
grip that peanut. And you would think that he
would just shove the whole thing into his mouth like a squirrel, but he’s just very intricately chipping off piece after piece. Do you want the
rest of this peanut? Here you go. I would have loved to
have cuddled with Bud, but probably not the best idea, considering all those
needle sharp quills. Like the Mexican dwarf
porcupine, our number seven pick is another adorable
creature that is probably a little too
scaly to snuggle with. We sure love this little guy. (upbeat music) Look at you, look at you, buddy! This little guy is way
too close to the road. It’s a leopard tortoise
either just crossed or is attempting to cross. I see you, I see you. I want to be very, very
gentle picking him up because I do not want him to pee which is a defensive
mechanism of these tortoises. There we go, look at you,
there you go, now you’re coming out of your shell for
us, how cute are you? That is so cool. You’ll notice when it
tucks into its shell, it has armored front
legs, you see that? All of these legs are covered
with very dense scales. And they pull those legs
in to block the face, just like that, you see that? Now nothing can get to it. So it’s all about
tucking into your shell. Little tortoise, you
know that it’s not safe to cross the road, right? Many tortoises are
unfortunately struck by cars. And while they are rather
speedy for a species, not faster than a car,
so what we’re gonna do is just safely move
this little tortoise off into the underbrush here,
in the exact same direction that it was traveling and
hopefully, in the future, it will avoid crossing roadways. That little leopard
tortoise was super cute and a lot faster on his
feet than you might imagine. But nowhere near as
fast as number six on our list of cutest creatures. (violin music) What I’m gonna do right now
is turn my hand into a mouse I’m gonna actually put
it down in this hole and bury it in the grass, try
to make some mouse noises, rustle this around and
see if I can get Lupin to come and pounce on me, ready? Let’s try this. (grass rustling) (playful music) Oh yeah, it worked,
ouch. (laughing) And she bit right down
to the tip of my finger only to find that it
isn’t actually a mouse. Well that was pretty
cool, all right, well apparently I
can speak mouse. Haven’t quite yet
learned how to speak fox. (squeaking)
(grass rustling) Ahh, (laughing)
how cool is that? Every single time, she
thinks my finger’s a mouse. And that’s such a
great hunting instinct for this baby animal,
to be able to learn that this is how I catch mice. I’ve got the GoPro
set up on a Gimbal and let’s see if we can
track down the baby red fox. (chattering) If there is one animal that
has really worn me out, it is definitely
the baby red fox. This thing’s got more energy than any animal we’ve
ever worked with. It wasn’t easy to keep
up with all that cuteness and truth be told,
that was also, one of the most difficult
episodes we ever filmed. You’re so cute,
you’re such a cutie. For number five on our
list of cutest creatures, it’s snuggle time. (cello music) Now this baby river otter
was recently orphaned and the wildlife sanctuary that
we’re working with right now has taken him in and
is tending to him. Hopefully he will be able to
be released back into the wild, but if not, he’s gonna have
a very comfortable life here at the sanctuary. And they’re
opportunistic feeders. A little one like this
would be drinking milk, but when he gets bigger, he’s
gonna want to be eating fish, snakes, frogs,
anything that can find its way into that
mouth is fair game. Oh, still thirsty, want
some more, there you go. Yeah, awe, yeah, there you go. Oh, look at that,
scratching his belly. Look at him
scratching his belly. I think I’ve formed a
pretty good friendship with this otter at this point. Are you having a good day? A couple bottles of
milk, scratching your
face on the grass. It’s a tough life being
an otter, ya know? You stink, you know that? You absolutely stink,
but I still love ya. Oh, that’s the spot, isn’t it? Yeah, he loves that,
that feels good, huh? All right, well you’ve
had your bottle of milk, are you ready to go splash
around in the creek? I think he’s ready, all
right you lead the way. That baby otter was pretty
stinky, but it sure was cute. I guess this is one
of those rare times where you can actually use
the phrase, so stinkin’ cute! The next creatures on
our cute list aren’t exactly the right
size for snuggling, but that doesn’t mean
they aren’t adorable. Let’s dive in to the
number four spot. (cello music) We’ve got manatees surrounding
the boat right now. Trying to be as
quiet as possible. We don’t want to disturb them. This is the moment of
truth, I am diving in with the manatees, this
is gonna be awesome. This is where the fun began. And before I knew it,
playtime was in full effect. From barrel rolls to belly
rubs, we were having a blast. They’re incredibly social
animals and rely heavily on touch and sound
for communication, especially between
a cow and her calf. A cow and a calf,
like right down here. Why don’t you back up a
little bit, we’ll go down and see if we can
get a great shot. Being around youngsters,
we were witness to several unique behaviors including
nuzzling, nursing and cleaning. I even made friends with the
little guy we named Douglas who was absolutely
smitten with our cameras. Right now we have the most
playful little baby manatee swimming around with us. There’s no doubt about
it, Dougie was definitely the highlight of our trip. Swimming with manatees was truly
a life changing experience. How could you not fall in
love with those squishy faces. Number three on our list is
one of the Australian Outback’s classically cute creatures,
the one and only Koala. (strings plucking) Hi Banjo, let’s see, I
gonna get in real close and he’s just gonna kinda
put his hand up there. I wanna support his backside. Oh, let’s go like that, there
we go buddy, hop on down. Whoa, there we go, just
like cradling a baby, only much softer, hi Banjo. That’s what we call the
koala cuddle, right there. Wow, he’s so dense, oh my
gosh, the fur is incredible. You don’t really realize it
until it’s actually on you. – [Cameraman] It’s
almost like a lamb. – I know right, like a
lamb’s wool, koala’s wool very, very dense and a lot of
animals you think about having these course outer guard
hairs and he’s just dense and brillowy all
throughout, oh my gosh. You are just so cute. I’m trying to talk rather
quiet next to his ears. Look at the ears. Kinda reminds me of Gizmo from
Gremlins with those big ears. And they do have
excellent hearing. Look how they can
kind of individually, move each one of those ears too. Oh my gosh, you’re so cute. Ahh, I can’t handle it! That koala was so cute
and like the baby otter, he was a true stinker. You might not expect the
next animal to make it on the list of cutest creatures,
but after this bounding baby settled down, things
got downright cuddly. (cello music) Oh, look at that, his little
nose just resting on my arm and I think he’s had
enough food this morning. He’s probably getting tired. Babies like this do
sleep quite a bit. He may be getting
tired, I can feel his head getting
heavy on my arms. Ah, what a cute deer, and this
is really comforting to him right now, just a little
scratch on the side of the neck. Ooph, you gotta watch your eyes next to those antlers, though. Fortunately they’re
still pretty dull, so you take a hit in the
face and I’m gonna be okay. Now Blitzen’s eaten a lot
of plants this morning. Let’s see if he would like
some milk, oh look at that. Yeah, clearly he’s into milk. Wow, look at how fast
this reindeer drinks milk. That is crazy, yum, yum,
yum, yum, oh my gosh. You are good at chugging milk,
that is one thing for sure. I can see why Santa
probably doesn’t bring you into the
house, you’d eat all of his milk and
cookies, wouldn’t you? And just like that we
have run out of milk. So everybody wanted to know why I grew a beard
before Alaska. I figured I’d fit in
perfectly and as you can see, this reindeer loves, oh,
burped right in my face. This reindeer loves cuddling
up against my beard. Oh, he’s going to sleep
right now I think. With snuggles and
hugs like that, I can see why Santa
loves his reindeer. So far, our countdown
of cuteness has featured cute but prickly, sweet
but shy, gentle but giant, and all kinds of
fur covered snugly. But our number one
cutest animal has it all. Cute, cuddly, sweet and gentle. Ladies and gentlemen,
B-Rad, the baby sloth. (angelic music) Now B-Rad is a baby
three toed sloth. Yeah, wanna give me a high
three, high three, there you go. I love the gray and whitish
coloration of the fur and that very distinct raccoon
looking mask on the face. Now, baby sloths make a
really interesting noise and B-Rad’s not making it,
but they do go, eeeeee. I’m talking to you, I
can speak sloth, eeeeee. That right there
is a Cecropia leaf. Let’s see if B-Rad is
hungry, oh he’s going for it. Oh, goodness. Do you see that? I don’t know what’s cuter,
the baby sloth itself or the baby sloth eating a leaf. B-Rad, I’m gonna just… – [Cameraman] Save
that for later. – You know what, I think I
could spend my entire afternoon hanging out with a sloth,
just you and me B-Rad. We could go on little
walks together. I bet you’d fit in my pocket. I don’t think they want me
to put you in my pocket, but you would look really
cute in my front shirt pocket. You like that, you
like that idea? I think he’s signing
to me right now. He’s saying, “Man,
I’d love to hang out.” You could come on adventures. You can meet the crew,
you can meet Mario. You could meet Mark, we
could all be buddies. What do you think? Whoa, it’s hard to believe
you can fit so much cuteness in such a tiny package. I think it’s safe to say
that B-Rad continues to melt our hearts and hails
as the cutest animal we have ever featured on camera. Over the years, we’ve gotten
up close with countless animals that most consider creepy,
crawly and in some cases, living nightmares, however
we have also been fortunate to find and filter in a
world full of cuteness. So we hope you
enjoyed this look back at some of the most
adorable animals ever featured on the
Brave Wilderness Channel. If you enjoyed this mega
overload of cuteness, make sure to go back
and watch the episode where we compare the two toed
and the three toed sloth. And don’t forget, subscribe
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on our next wild adventure. (jungle music)

30 thoughts on “Cutest Animals EVER?!

  1. Leperd,……tortes.🤬🤬😱😱🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤑🤑🤑☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️ nooooooooooooooooHello

  2. Immmm sorry but when when I first saw number 1 (the sloth) I was like :

    …whAt is That. 😂❤️

  3. Awww that otter and sloth
    I have a sloth in my backyard
    I have like a burrow with no animals
    I put the sloth in there but
    I putted a medium tree

  4. Hobo is sooo cute give me him😭😢😥💐🌸💐🌸🌸💐💐🌸🌸💐💐🌸🌸💐

  5. Mark: Coyote, I'm glad you aren't being bitten as much but…you need to take a step back.

    Coyote: Is cuddling abuncha animals No, they are my babies now

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