If you wonder what hairless raccoon would look like, here’s the answer. This poor raccoon has lost its hair over the course of a few months, and now looks like a new species. Some say it “has acquired non-inflammatory alopecia” while others think “it’s probably just been going through Chemo.” What do you think?
Posts Tagged ‘cute’
If you’re a dog person, you might get a bit skeptical about this post. Just another cute kitten hitting the internet, right? But seriously – isn’t Daisy just the loveliest, fuzziest little ball of fur EVER? These incredibly cute photos were done by Daisy’s owner Ben Torode, who’s not even a professional photographer. Australia-born, Japan-based guy works as a translator, but photographs kittens for a hobby and sells the photos on Getty Images.
Russian wildlife photographer Nikolai Zinoviev has probably the coolest job in the world. Imagine yourself following baby bears all day, watching them be goofy and cute. Nikolai Zinoviev spent many days watching them hunt for salmon, swim in a lake and walk through forests in Kamchatka and Alaska. As it usually happens, the cubs strike the most funny, cuddly and lovely poses.
This is probably the cutest USB Hub ever! Who could resist plugging in the little starving USB piggies? Designed by WePlayGod to put some fun into the ever day boring USB’s and USB hubs we see day in, day out in every home, office and work place.
You may have already seen some of these cute images from ‘Moon Games’ project before, but we just couldn’t resist sharing some more. The author of this project is a French landscape astrophotographer and astronomy journalist Laurent Laveder who shows how some simple props and a bit of imagination can turn the moon into anything you like.
This Santa Claus hat brownie idea is candy to the eyes! So simple, yet absolutely cute – you can feel the Christmas spirit! To assemble, pipe a ring of vanilla buttercream on top of each brownie.Cut off the base of a strawberry so it is flat and place it upside down on each brownie, pushing slightly to secure in place. Top the tip of the strawberry with a dot of buttercream to finish the Santa hat.”