Chipmunks are frequently thought of being chubby-cheeked animals. This American squirrel-like animal is common. Shorter than squirrels.
Great Plains and West gophers are common. Gophers' cheek pockets hold food. Pocket gophers have cheek pouches like rodents.
Nocturnal hamsters dig burrows for refuge. In the wild, they may take over abandoned burrows. Pet hamsters have cheek pouches for sifting food. This gives them big cheeks.
Seals flourish in Arctic seas. Adults and pups have plump cheeks. Extra fat may help these animals withstand below-freezing temperatures and ice water.
Large claws, thick fur, long arms, and plump cheeks distinguish these creatures. Sloths are slow-moving creatures with lengthy limbs and claws.
Many bats have cheeks like sloths or gophers. Most bats don't eat blood, contrary popular assumption. They only eat cow blood.
Hippos live in semi-aquatic environments and are the world's largest land animal. Brownish pink to grey, with webbed toes for swimming.
These creatures inhabit in deserts, wetlands, woodlands, and neighbourhoods. Some prefer to create dens in open grassland areas.