Warning: contains ridiculous levels of fluffiness.
1. Introducing a deplorably fuzzy-headed baby pygmy sloth.
Pygmy sloths are found in the mangroves of Isla Escudo de Veraguas, a small island off the coast of Panama. Nobody knows for sure how many of these little guys are left in the wild, but at the last count only 79 were spotted.
2. OK, brace yourselves. It’s a giant panda cub.
With only 1,864 left in the wild in China, giant pandas are critically endangered. They are slow breeders and need a very particular wild habitat of bamboo to survive. As roads are built through forests, panda populations find it more difficult to find a mate.