サンシャイン水族館のコツメカワウソの赤ちゃん「ハク」が可愛すぎる!【かわいい動画】

東京・池袋にあるサンシャイン水族館にいるコツメカワウソの赤ちゃんが「激カワ」と、海外でも話題となっている。

この赤ちゃんは、水族館の新たなスター"ハク"(生後4か月)。昨年12月に生まれたメスのカワウソだ。この年齢にしてには珍しく白っぽい体毛が特徴で(通常は黒)、水族館のスタッフも「この子は特に体毛が白い時期が長いですね。理由はわからないんですが」と話している。

【動画】海外でも話題! コツメカワウソの赤ちゃん"ハク"@サンシャイン水族館
動画を見た海外のユーザーからは「ファッキン・カワイイ!」「ペットに欲しい~!」など、デレデレなコメントが寄せられている。


まだまだ大人のカワウソと一緒になるのは早いというハク。超絶かわいい子どものうちに会いたい人はサンシャイン水族館へ行ってみよう!

(参照元:YouTube)


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