The Oregon Zoo decided to kick off their weekend with a little treat for their Twitter followers. Using the hashtag #RateASpecies, they went through their outstanding catalogues of slimey, furry, and scaley beasts and gave them Amazon-style reviews.
"It's Friday, let's rate some species," they wrote under this adorable gif.
It's hard not to feel like every animal deserves five stars, but they are the experts.
Here's the Otter.
"FIRST IMPRESSIONS: Overall very good first impressions," begins the tweet. "Sturdy built, totally winter-ready and waterproof. Only comes in brown but that's actually a plus for me," they wrote.
The owl earned a great review as well. This one is titled "YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED" (all in caps).
It reads: "This stylish little unit is amazing. Sound quality A+. No distortion at full volume but bass is a little weak. Top rotates which is a plus."
These are so cute and funny, we're crying.
An animal I do not recognize at all, but assume is an aquatic rodent.
The review begins in caps: "SO MUCH FUN."
It continues, "Cuts through the water like butter. Not great for white water but perfect for lakes, ponds, etc. Set-up is easy and it won't flip. Variable speed. No mount for GoPro."
The Monterey bay Aquarium join in, reviewing the sunfish:
We got bats, which are "great value."
A tiny turtle:
A vulture, which is a much more useful animal than you'd think, according to its review:
A baby penguin:
The octopus, which gets all the stars in my book.
"Love that it fits any space," reads the review. "Adjustable color to match your mood/location. Extremely grippy base. Ink included but stylus sold separate if you need that go with the squid sizes."
Zoos know how to have fun.
Other people also joined in, but with less glowing reviews:
But sometimes folks are willing to admit when evolution is perfect:
Great job, universe. All the stars.
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