I like animals, even ones you can't eat. Especially ones you can't eat, as long as I don't have to clean up their droppings.
1) The pink fairy armadillo is the smallest armadillo in the world. It lives in the sandy plains and grasslands of central Argentina. It's 3.5 to 4.5 inches (90-115 mm) long, and it looks like this:
A nocturnal animal, the pink fairy armadillo makes its burrow near anthills, so it can feed on the ants and their larvae. It spends most of its time underground, using its large front claws to swim through the sandy soil. When it can't get ants, it feeds on insects, worms, snails and roots.
2) The maned wolf can be found in the grasslands and semi-forested areas of southeastern, central and southern Brazil. It has really long legs.
3) The okapi looks like a cross between a zebra, a giraffe and a horse, and also, look at its tongue:
The okapi stands 4.9 to 6.6 ft (1.5 to 2 meters) high and weighs about 440 to 660 pounds (200 to 300 kilos). They are solitary animals who prefer to see each other only when breeding. They have suffered from human encroachment, which has greatly reduced their habitat. While ancient Egyptians depicted the okapi in their carvings 2,500 years ago, the animal was not photographed in the wild until 2008.
4) The Amazon river dolphin is f*cking pink.
5) The dugong is a marine mammal related to the manatee. Like the manatee, it looks ridiculous: