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10 Cutest Wildlife Photos in Celebration of World Habitat Day

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10 Cutest Wildlife Photos in Celebration of World Habitat Day

It's World Habitat Day today, and in order to celebrate, we thought it best to share some really cute wildlife photos. Habitat loss worldwide is a serious problem. If we don’t address the disappearance of their territory, many animals themselves could disappear from the face of the Earth—many of them as early as this year.

There have been five mass extinctions in the history of our planet and we may be in the midst of a sixth. We could lose up to half the world’s species and humans are to blame, according to the film Racing Extinction.

So let's protect species worldwide before it's too late and share these adorable images to highlight the importance of keeping habitats intact:

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