Yay Quokkas! They are adorable and precious. They are a protected species and you aren't even allowed to pet them. Tougher penalties for people who are cruel to them please. Assholes all!

The Friendliest Quokka In The World

Yay Quokkas! They are adorable and precious. They are a protected species and you aren't even allowed to pet them. Tougher penalties for people who are cruel to them please. Assholes all!

The Quokka, known as 'the happiest animal in the world', is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia.

The Quokka, known as 'the happiest animal in the world', is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia.

Meet the Quokka — the Happiest Animal Ever: Meet the most smiley animal on earth: the quokka.

Meet the Quokka — the Happiest Animal Ever

Meet the Quokka — the Happiest Animal Ever: Meet the most smiley animal on earth: the quokka.

Quokkas, the happiest animal that might steal your heart (12 photos)

Quokkas, the happiest animal that might steal your heart (12 photos)

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Quokka Selfie Is Cutest Trend In Australia Right Now!

Quokka Selfie Is Cutest Trend In Australia Right Now!

"Quokka Selfie" is a trend in Australia. This is actually hysterical and something I can stand behind.

“You can do anything!” | 23 Adorable Quokkas That Will Instantly Make Your Day Better

23 Adorable Quokkas That Will Instantly Make Your Day Better

“You can do anything!” | 23 Adorable Quokkas That Will Instantly Make Your Day Better

Quokkas come from the same family as the kangaroo (called Macropodidae) and they live on a handful of small Australian islands such as Rottnest Island and Bald Island. They can live for up to ten years, and just like other Macropods, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal.

Quokkas come from the same family as the kangaroo (called Macropodidae) and they live on a handful of small Australian islands such as Rottnest Island and Bald Island. They can live for up to ten years, and just like other Macropods, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal.

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