Cute animals come in many shapes – some are highly athletic, some are adorably pudgy, and these guys are perfectly spherical and amazingly fluffy animals. Call ‘em birds, or birds, or orbs. Give ‘em names. But no one can take that smallness and bribes away.
What you’re seeing is not the work of some magic or Photoshop, these funny animals are actually perfectly round. There’s nothing better than looking like a fluffy ball of daintiness, and these cutest animals are ready to show it off cause, baby, they were born this way!
It seems like these furry animals couldn’t hurt a fly, being as adorable as they are – their only crime might be stealing your heart.
Get your cuteness birdometer ready, ‘cause these cutie pies will make you go: “Oh my god!” Let’s roll!
1.Eurasian Bullfinch Is A Cute Fluff Ball Of Peach Feathers
Eurasian Bullfinch is a bulky bull-headed bird. The Male has a grey mantle. The rump is white, contrasting with a blackish tail. Wings are blackish with only one pale wing bar. Underparts are pink-red, with white vent.
Academic descriptions of this bird refer to it as a “redbreast”, “pink-red”, or “rosy breast, but clearly, there is no need to use all those words, when this stunning bird is peach-colored.
Anyway, these cuties are common throughout Europe and Asia, with habitat stretching all the way from the British Isles to Japan.
2. The Pink Robin It’s Just So Round!
As their name suggests, pink robins are bright pink in color, which has made them quite the social media star of late. These birds weigh a mere 10g and can be found in the south-eastern parts of Australia, including New South Wales, Victoria, and Tasmania.
3. Not To Be Outdone In Borbliness, New Zealand Has The Takahe.
The flightless takahē is a unique bird, a conservation icon, and a survivor.
The takahē is the largest living member of the rail family and the biggest flightless bird to survive in New Zealand. Takahē is found only in New Zealand. They belong to the Rallidae (rail) family of birds.
4. One Very Round Quack Here.
5. The Roundly Goldcrest
The goldcrest is one of Europe’s smallest birds. Its English and scientific names come from its colorful golden crest feathers, and is also possibly the reason it is known in European folklore as “king of the birds”. The tiny goldcrest is a dull grayish-green, on its head, there is a black and yellow stripe, with an orange center in adult males, and its belly is pale. Its thin beak is perfect for picking out insects from between pine needles.