baby quokka - these animals only live on 1 island in the world and nobody inhabits the island. It's called Rottnest Island of the coast of Perth. If you have fresh water, they come sit on you to drink even though they are wild. I loved these creatures!
Paddy's Australian Adventures: Quakka for Daaaaaays!
6. “Interestingly, the acoustic analysis showed that the difference between the 'bee alarm rumble' and the 'human alarm rumble' is the same as a vowel-change in human language, which can change the meaning of words. Elephants use similar vowel-like changes in their rumbles to differentiate the type of threat they experience, and so give specific warnings to other elephants who can decipher the sounds."
Daily Awww: Animal mommas and the poppas (29 photos)
This festively dressed monkey is called the Red-shanked Douc Langur, but is often called the "costumed ape" for its extravagant appearance.
The "Costume Ape:" Red-shanked Langur - The Featured Creature