Glibord can't be here so i'll type the text he has left to me.
A baby seal is huggable because of its blubber. A regular adult seal is even more huggable.
Therefore, is it not the proper conclusion that the more blubber a creature possesses, the more huggable it must be?
Laboon is the largest blubbery creature on the planet.
Now, there are quite a few island whales that are Laboon's size; however, Laboon has an extra oomph to its sheer huggability factor that shoots past the ceiling of the bar graph unto exponentiality.
And that is its woobieness
I therefore deem Laboon the most huggable being in the OP world.
Laboon’s Lament (A Shakespearean sonnet with near perfect iambic pentameter)
Labooooon, the grieved musicians cried and sang
It wept and gnashed but vowed to be as brave
The whale so unaware of fate’s ill twang:
Upon those oceans lay the Pirates’ Grave
It waited, waited, waited for a sign
The heartless, sterile moon sat mocking high
Alone, enraged, it bashed against the Line
But scars could not eclipse a wrecked goodbye
But then a wave of nakama arrived
To share the love on which its heart depends
The while, the whale did hope that Brook survived
As its horizons teemed with newfound friends
And now Laboon could smile and coo with glee
A skeleton the unexpected key
The scars on a sperm whale:
which are probably caused by the things' weird teeth layouts (they're functional but apparently unnecessary) when adult males clash
Btw, sperm whales have the biggest brains in all of the history of life on Earth
Okay, guys, I want you all to stop and think about this for a minute. Picture it in your mind.
A Blue Whale's tongue is about the size and weight of a full grown AFRICAN ELEPHANT, and its heart is compared to the size of a Volkswagen beetle.
Btw you guys, did you know that whale fetuses develop with fingers and legs, that then disappear as it develops? That's part of how we know whales are descended from land mammals that took the sea again.