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The "happiest animal in the world" is a quokka, a cuddly, cat-sized marsupial from Australia.

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F: Quokkas don& need to dress up to have a good time! Not that they feel themselves above material possessions. They LOVE leaves, for instance. Here are a couple of quokkas with leaves.

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”

I've just learned of these precious animals on Pinterest: The quokka, the only member of the genus Setonix, is a small macropod about the size of a domestic cat. Like other marsupials in the macropod family, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal. Wikipedia

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Jarrah, a six-month-old Quokka joey, is being hand-raised at Taronga Zoo by Keeper Kristal, who was delighted to become a surrogate mum after the youngster left its pouch too early. At this age, the joey is tiny and needs full time care. Learn more on ZooBorns.com.

Jarrah, a six-month-old Quokka joey, is being hand-raised at Taronga Zoo by Keeper Kristal, who was delighted to become a surrogate mum after the youngster left its pouch too early. At this age, the joey is tiny and needs full time care.

Even though I live in Perth I can't help pinning more pictures of quokkas from Rottnest Island, Western Australia (just a short boat trip away). Here is mom and baby.

Even though I live in Perth I can't help pinning more pictures of quokkas from Rottnest Island, Western Australia (just a short boat trip away).

Quokka  -  The Quokka is a small marsupial like the forest wallabies and tree kangaroo's of eastern Australia. Very active at night, the Quokka sleep (often in small groups) during the day in the shelter of dense vegetation, and at night time (being sociable)up to 150 adults converge on waterholes

Quokka - The quokka, the only member of the genus Setonix, is a small macropod about the size of a domestic cat. Like other marsupials in the macropod family, the quokka is herbivorous and mainly nocturnal.

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The ever smiling Quokka of South Western Australia has a body sized of a domestic cat.

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