The quokka, otherwise known as the happiest animal in the world, is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia. The pair of the cuddly critters is captured here by Elisa Detrez

The quokka, otherwise known as the happiest animal in the world, is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia. The pair of the cuddly critters is captured here by Elisa Detrez

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Still want a wombat!  Baby wombat at Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Tasmania's South.
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Fotografía de Nina Leen donde aparece una mujer de los años 50 0 60 parada sobre una calle de Nueva York

Fotografía de Nina Leen donde aparece una mujer de los años 50 0 60 parada sobre una calle de Nueva York

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Treatment For Pancreatic Cancer ~~ I hope I never have to read this one!
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