Baby platypi are a new genus of baby deer, named after the platypis species found on a tree in Australia.
They are cute little deer that have a bright yellow body and black fur and can grow up to 2.5 inches long.
Baby platypuis are known for their cute, cute eyes and cute feet.
This is because they are a species of the family Dasyuroidea, and are found in a number of temperate areas around the world.
They also have an unusual behavior, which is known as “fluffing.”
They sometimes rub their fur and feet against the ground, so you can tell they are in the middle of a conversation.