The cutest flashmob: zoos of the world publish pictures of the kids (photos)

Zoos and aquariums from all over the world launched a cute flash mob on Twitter with the hashtag #CuteAnimalTweetOff.

It all started with the first post of the Smithsonian national zoo, which is located in Washington. On the page of the institution appeared the newborn baby dlinnonogih seal.

We welcomed a gray seal pup Jan. 21. The pup appears to be nursing, moving & bonding well w/ mom. #Squee

— National Zoo (@NationalZoo) January 25, 2017

Nice photo blond toddler in less than a knock collected 1.5 thousand likes while one Twitter user passed the baton to the aquarium in Virginia. The challenge at the zoo is not ignored and published the otters and birds of prey the osprey.

On to the flash mob joined other zoos from around the world. They began to publish images of the cute animals on their site under the hashtag #CuteAnimalTweetOff.

Estrella is our #CuteAnimalTweetOff Star

— San Diego Zoo (@sandiegozoo) January 25, 2017

Leapin’ Lemurs the #cuteanimaltweetoff is going strong. Behold our baby sifaka lemur. He’s kind of cute, right?

— Maryland Zoo (@marylandzoo) 25 Jan 2017

@SarahJanetHill #challengeaccepted We see the @NationalZoo’s seal pup, and raise an otter/osprey combo.

— Virginia Aquarium (@VAAquarium) 25 Jan 2017

Count this science museum IN on a #cuteanimaltweetoff because we have…a sloth!

NC Natural Sciences (@naturalsciences) 25 Jan 2017

@NationalZoo Don’t worry, we’re still here.

— Virginia Aquarium (@VAAquarium) 25 Jan 2017

@SarahJanetHill @VLMuseum @BronxZoo @sandiegozoo @sfzoo @phillyzoo @PhoenixZoo @zoomiami We’re always down for a #cuteanimaltweetoff!

— Zoo Atlanta (@ZooATL) 25 Jan 2017

Of course, this little hatchling named Butter Pecan is pretty hard to compete with! #cuteanimaltweetoff

— Clearwater Aquarium (@CMAquarium) 26 Jan 2017

The #CuteAnimalTweetOff is just what the doctor ordered for #HumpDay! Thanks for all the cuteness fellow Zoo friends!

— San Francisco Zoo (@sfzoo) 26 Jan 2017

#CuteAnimalTweetOff throwback to the cutest cloudy bellies! #cloudedleopards #savingspecies #endangered

— Point Defiance Zoo (@PtDefianceZoo) 25 Jan 2017

Y’all, we might be late to the #cuteanimaltweetoff, but we have a strong contender. Meet Rowan!

— Memphis Zoo (@MemphisZoo) 26 Jan 2017

Our river #otters don’t want to be left out of the #CuteAnimalTweetOff!

— Seattle Aquarium (@SeattleAquarium) on January 25, 2017

Can’t believe we almost missed the #CuteAnimalTweetOff! Thanks for letting us know @CabernetLvr!

— Seattle Aquarium (@SeattleAquarium) on January 25, 2017

It’s not a competition, but … #cuteanimaltweetoff

— Reid Park Zoo (@ReidParkZoo) 25 Jan 2017

#cuteanimaltweetoff is ON @SarahJanetHill @VLMuseum @BronxZoo @sandiegozoo @sfzoo @phillyzoo @PhoenixZoo! U @LionCountry? Pic: J Budell

— Zoo Miami (@zoomiami) 25 Jan 2017

I got here as fast as I could… #cuteanimaltweetoff

— Los Angeles Zoo (@LAZoo) 25 Jan 2017

It is noteworthy that such an initiative gathered a lot of lovely posts that collect a lot of likes and shares because of their cuteness. Many social network users write under the photos what a great idea to distract from negative news with the world.

Meanwhile in India, a monkey has adopted a puppy.