Exotic pets are animals that can be considered rare or unusual and are kept by humans as pets, but which generally would be thought of as wild species. Certain Exotic pets are unfortunately endangered species and others are illegal to own. Here at some Pets, we do not condone owning any of these animals outside of rescue situations. Exotic pets are attractive to some because they are different and uncommon, but they really are best left in the wild. Regardless, we do like photos of cute animals here though, so and here we have the absolute cutest ones for you.
The Tamandua lives in Central & South America. Its diet consist mostly of ants which it eats with its enormous tongue, but in captivity it will eat fruits & meat.
The Bengal Cat it the result of crossing a regular domestic feline with an Asian leopard cat and its temperament is as gentle as a household cat.
The Bush Baby is a very curious little nocturnal primate on the list of endangered species native of Africa.
The wallaby originates from Australia. It is a very gentle animal and although similar to a Kangaroo it is much smaller.
The squirrel monkey is an adorable little primate that lives in the forest of Central and South America.
The Patagonian Cavy lives in Argentina & Patagonia. It looks like a mixed between a dear and a rabbit! The Patagonian Cavy spends it’s entire life with the same partner!
The Sugar Glider is native of Australia, like its name suggest, it glides between tress and although it resembles the flying squirrel, they are not closely related.
The Spotted Genet can be found in the Middle East, in Europe and Spain. It is a very handsome feline looking animal that is quite popular as an exotic pet in the USA.
The Slow Loris is a cute little primate that lives in Asia. It is unfortunately an endangered specie and illegal to own in the USA.
The Fennec Fox must be the cutest exotic pet on this list! It is native of the Sahara and it’s long ears serve to dissipate the heat ( and to enhance its cuteness!)