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Quokkas Are The Happiest Animals In The World

My goal in Life is to be this happy.

C est un petit marsupial nocturne vivant en Australie Occidentale.

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oceaniatropics: “ A pair of friendly Quokkas, Rottnest Island, Western Australia ”

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.

Quokkas Are The Happiest Animals In The World

Quokka wants a hug Australia Rottnest

Man Meets Quokka, Quokka Won’t Leave Him Alone

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, happy wildlife

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Snap-Happy Quokka Is The Most Playful Creature On The Planet

Snap-Happy Quokka Is The happiest and Most Playful Creature On The Planet

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

Happy little quokkas! Like other marsupials in the macropod family, the quokka (Setonix brachyurus) is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal. It can be found on some smaller islands off the coast of Western Australia.

Quokka sleeping Bless these little Earthlings and their Habitats https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quokka

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The Quokka is a native Australian animal found only on Rottnest Island, Western Australia.

QUOKKA.....found in Australia....the size of a house cat....a length of 16 to 19 inches and a weight of 3.3 to 10 pounds....very friendly, curious, fearless, and playful....often called the "happiest animal in the world"....name comes from the Aboriginal language of the local Nyungar people...Nyungars called the creatures “gwaga”....the early European settlers interpreted this as “quokka”

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Quokka comes from the Aboriginal language of the local Nyungar people.Nyungars called the creatures “gwaga”.the early European settlers interpreted this as “quokka”

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