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These ten photos show that the Quokka, a small marsupial native to a small corner of southwestern Australia, truly has only “good sides” when it comes to getting its picture taken! The Quokka poses no threat to humans, and clearly, can be very friendly. Unfortunately, their friendliness may have contributed to their drastic reduction in population […]

This is a quokka, a cuddly, cat-sized marsupial from Australia. And also it's basically the happiest animal IN THE WORLD. They ALWAYS have smiling faces. Even when they sleep!


"Meet the quokka, the happiest animal around. it’s a cat-sized marsupial that lives almost exclusively on the Rottnest Island, a little seven by three mile speck off West Australia.

Quokka  the only place (apart from a couple of remote places) that you will see them is Rottnest Island off the coast of Perth Western Australia...nice day trip to the island.  As you can guess they are well protected.

The quokka /(Setonix brachyurus), the only member of the genus Setonix, known locally as the Kangaroo Rat, is a small macropod about the size of a domestic cat. It can be found on some smaller islands off the coast of Western Australia.

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!

Meet the most smiley animal on earth: the quokka. A native of Australia, the quokka is a marsupial in the macropod family (along with wallabies and kangaroos) with a permanently positive outlook. Its most distinct characteristic is the appearance that it

A rare white moose near Seward, Alaska

A rare white moose near Seward, Alaska Momma moose! its the majestic white moose!