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The world is pretty terrible right now.
But in this dark hour, there's hope. Hope that comes in the form of a hashtag, of all things.
Zoos all over the world have started using the hashtag #CuteAnimalTweetOff in order to share pictures of their cutest creatures.
And by god, it’s exactly what we needed right now.
We welcomed a gray seal pup Jan. 21. The pup appears to be nursing, moving & bonding well w/ mom.… https://t.co/0O9NTqMaFF — National Zoo (@National Zoo)
@SarahJanetHill #challengeaccepted We see @NationalZoo 's seal pup, and raise an otter/osprey combo. https://t.co/D9zDWXxuDb — Virginia Aquarium (@Virginia Aquarium)
.@VAAquarium This is Redd, our endangered Bornean orangutan infant. And he is the cutest. Do you fold yet?… https://t.co/eXCBwYb4T4 — National Zoo (@National Zoo)
@NationalZoo Don't worry, we're still here. https://t.co/0Qm9dcvMD9 — Virginia Aquarium (@Virginia Aquarium)
.@VAAquarium Yawn. https://t.co/szDSpmWnud — National Zoo (@National Zoo)
@VAAquarium @phillyzoo @ZooATL @BronxZoo @SarahJanetHill Ahem, the world's smallest deer checking in for the… https://t.co/kMerLF1hjN — Queens Zoo (@Queens Zoo)
#CuteAnimalTweetOff throwback to the cutest cloudy bellies!
#cloudedleopards #savingspecies #endangered https://t.co/ksxX5vH4t1 — Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium (@Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium)
Maybe we can pull through this after all, you guys.
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