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A curious Quokka & her tiny joey check out photographer Jeanne’s camera gear on Rottnest Island, Western Australia.

Smiling quokkas of Rottnest Island - Australian Geographic Photo by Jeanne Winarta / Elderflower Photography

They call them the smiling quokkas of Rottnest and you can see why! Even the little joey seems to be joining in on the happiness. This reader shot comes to us from Jeanne Winarta.

This lovable mama quokka has charmed Australia and the world. The cat sized quasi-kanga lives in an Aussie nature park and loves to play with human visitors and pose for pictures.

Donde ta bebe?..

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Quokka and her baby. Quokkas are about the size of a cat and marsupials like kangaroos and wallabies. They are generally nocturnal and native to Australia. They primarily eat plant.

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QUOKKA Y SU BEBE.
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Kuokka, the companion animal of kangaroo in Western Australia
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All I want for Christmas is you, widdle quokka

Just asked Uncle Matte for one of these!

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Kuokka, the companion animal of kangaroo in Western Australia

Kuokka, the companion animal of kangaroo in Western Australia
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Quokka - endangered in Australia. This is absolutely adorable. It looks like part koala, part wombat, and part kangaroo. I want onee
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Quokka are endangered but these friendly, happy animals are the main inhabitants on Rottnest Island off the WA coast.

The quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal. It can be found on some smaller islands off the coast of Western Australia, in particular on Rottnest Island just off Perth and Bald Island near Albany.

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Quokka - endangered in Australia. This is absolutely adorable. It looks like part koala, part wombat, and part kangaroo. I want onee

Quokka - endangered in Australia. This is absolutely adorable. It looks like part koala, part wombat, and part kangaroo. I want onee
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Quokka & Baby
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The Quokka is a native Australian animal found only on Rottnest Island, Western Australia.

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

I gotta see one of these little bits in person! Quokka wins US hearts

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The quokka (Setonix brachyurus), the only member of the genus Setonix, is a small macropod about the size of a domestic cat. Like the other macropods (such as kangaroos and wallabies), the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal.

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Basically the happiest animal ever to exist on this planet - Australian Quokka

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Quokka with a baby quokka in its pouch. Definitely the cutes Australian animal ever

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