Zoo Animals Look Cute in Winter Snow

Zookeepers at Cincinnati Zoo, Chicago's Brookfield Zoo record exotic animal’s reaction to snow on the ground.
3:00 | 01/04/14

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Another one. If you're not worried about shoveling, catching a flight or going to school, the snow can be There's lots of creatures out and about enjoying the winter wonderland. And sara haines is here with a big cuteness alert. Make us smile. This will. Zoo keepers in chicago and cincinnati decided to keep their cameras rolling. What they caught, again, i assure you, will warm you right up. When it's cold outside, everyone gets a snow day. And these wild ones were no exception. This big guy named little one loves cool romps in the snow, thanks to his naturally furry coat. As for 6-month-old cougar everett, when he's not trying to escape the chilly trees, he will do just about anything to get his mom's attention. And she is not having it. Mom. Mom. Look at me. Yeah, no. This 1-year-old savanna is also on the chase. Don't worry. It's not the great escape. She's just playing a little snow tag with her buddy, max. When you just can't take the ice and cold anymore, take a lesson from our furry friends, who take it so gracefully. Seriously gives you perspective that if you can just channel that inner child or wild animal -- you were doing the voiceover for the baby cougar. That was great. Mom. Mom. You have a future in animation. Thank you, sara. Coming up here on "gma," the

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