Day Four of the Baby Animals Bracket Madness - Sea Division!

So it begins. 32 competitors enter, but only one will stand alone.

Welcome to Gary and Shannon's first annual Baby Animal Bracket! You've filled out your brackets, you've chosen your sides, now, it's your turn to cheer on and help your favorite little cuddly guy make it all the way to the end. 

Simply vote in the polls below on which animal you believe is the cutest. The polls are open every day from 7am to 7am every day with results posting at 8am. 

Click here to find out who won in yesterday's 'Land Baby Animals' Bracket.

Check your brackets here! (If you're having trouble seeing your bracket, click the 'logout' button at the top right corner and log back in. That should do the trick). 

Day Four brings us the 'Sea Baby Animals' Bracket. Get your votes in now!

Baby Octopus

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK:  A two-month-old octopus (Octupus Vulagaris) tries to unscrew the lid of a jar to get hold of its content, a crab, 23 June 2004 at Denmark's Aquarium in Copenhagen. The half-kilo heavy, half-meter long Mediterranean creature did not svs

Baby Beluga Whale 

Baby Pufferfish


Baby Orca

Female orca Wikie swims with her calf born by artifical insemination on April 19, 2011 at Marineland animal exhibition park in the French Riviera city of Antibes. Born on March 16, the two metre long baby weighing 150 kilos hasn't yet been called. AFP PHO

Baby Sea Turtle

NAHARIYA, ISRAEL - AUGUST 24: About two months after a nest of loggerhead turtle eggs was transplanted to a protected hatchery, and after three nights of natural hatchings, Israeli ecologist holds one of seven surviving baby turtles that remained trapped


Baby Walrus

Walrus baby

Baby Harp Seal

CHARLOTTETOWN, CANADA - MARCH 31:  A Harp seal pup lies on an ice floe March 31, 2008 in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence near Charlottetown, Canada. Canada's annual seal hunt is in its fourth day and the government has said this year 275,000 harp seals can be


Baby Axolot

An albino Axolotls (Ambystoma Mexicanum) is pictured at the laboratory of ecological restoration of the Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City, on August 29, 2014. The wild axolotls are near extinction due to urbanization in Mexico City and

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