Baby wolves, tiny tortoises, little cats and a pair of the world's largest rodent.
Yes, that's right, there's a perfect combination of cuteness at the NSW Hunter Valley Zoo.
The Nulkaba-located zoo has welcomed a wide range of new additions in August from wolves to tortoises to albino kangaroos.
But what really has tongues and tails wagging is the birth of a pair of maned wolves - the first in the zoo's history.
"We are just the second zoo in the country to breed them in over a decade. We have a boy and a girl, and their names are Gomez and Flora," Zookeeper Riley Lowe said.
"They are part of a breeding program so we are waiting for the recommendation for where they will move off. Hopefully be able to be paired with other maned wolves because their dad has very rare genes."
The maned wolves were born on July 11, and are now running around their enclosure for visitors to see.
"I feel like a proud dad," Mr Lowe joked.
But wait there's more. The zoo has also welcomed the hatching of four African Lepoard Tortoises on August 16.
They have also welcomed two capybara babies on August 13. While they may be classified as the largest rodent in the world, the capybaras babies are adorable and can seen munching on grass at the zoo.
And finally, a pair of serval kittens, baby girl Zuri and baby boy Meiko who have started to explore with their mum Nia.
Oh, and the adorable albino kangaroos also have tiny heads and limbs poking from their pouches which can seen at the zoo.