Many People Haven’t Heard Of Aardwolves, But They’re Totally Adorable

Many People Haven’t Heard Of Aardwolves, But They’re Totally Adorable


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You’re Going To Be Mad That An Animal This Cute Exists And You’ve Never Heard Of It

NOVEMBER 30, 2017

 —  By
Sarah Jewel  

Sarah Jewel

Sarah Jewel

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in the land of beautiful winters.

Just when I think I know all there is to know about cute animals, the world continues to amaze me.

I’ve been writing on the internet for a long time — I know all about the potto, the pangolin, and the dik-dik. Add to that your run of the mill kittens and puppers, and I’m drowning in almost too much adorable to handle. Almost.

Enter the aardwolf, the cutest animal I never knew existed.

Aardwolves are like a cross between a hyena, an aardvark, and a cat, and they’re honestly so cool. Look at that mohawk!

Native to east and southern Africa, they chow down on termites, not meat like their hyena cousins. They can eat about 300,000 termites in one night!

Aardwolves are monogamous, only mating with one partner for life. They’re also very family oriented, and who wouldn’t be with these cute babies running around?










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