We're not so sure how to feel about this...
If you live in Norway - you need to get to the Kristiansand Zoo as soon as possible!
Because in late May two Eurasian Lynx cubs were born there, and at least one of them is just the cutest little thing that we've ever seen!
The cub in these pictures is a male while its other sibling was too shy to come out for its check-up, and was hiding in the bushes. Which is doubly cute!
But this brave little soul was totally willing to have itself checked out, and came in at about three and a half pounds!
Seems healthy to us!!!
Some species of the Eurasian Lynx are totally endangered, and we're very happy to hear that more and more cubs are popping out of their mommies.
Take care of yourselves, you two!!
Check out more pictures down (below) !!!
[Image via Kristiansand Zoo.]
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