Meet Quokka: The Happiest Animal On Earth

Not everything in Australia is trying to kill you. Quokka is a small macropod about the size of a domestic cat. It lives only on some smaller islands off the coast of Western Australia, it’s very friendly, and looks profoundly happy all the time.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

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Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

Quokka is the happiest animal ever.

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  1. Anonymous April 18, 2021

    Just so you know

    It wants to kill you

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  2. Anonymous April 18, 2021

    It’s one of the few creatures down here that doesn’t. Pretty much everything else? Yeah. :)

  3. Anonymous April 18, 2021

    On my next trip to WA I’m going to feed one some strawberries so I get a counter photo of one that looks vicious

  4. Koizoh Rível April 19, 2021

    Can’t stand these new-age optimists…!

  5. Ed April 19, 2021

    I shall slay you with my fuzzy good looks.

  6. Tea April 20, 2021

    Can we order them in bulk?

  7. Anonymous April 22, 2021

    Tea, I wish. Then you’d have a whole crowd of happy.

  8. Al-nonymous April 25, 2021

    Where can I get some of the pills those quokkas take every morning? Dang, they seem excited to be alive!

  9. Anonymous April 28, 2021

    Lacking in the parenting skills though: “When a female quokka with a joey in her pouch is pursued by a predator, she may drop her baby onto the ground; the joey produces noises, which may serve to attract the predator’s attention, while the mother escapes.”

  10. Gayhomofag May 19, 2021

    GAY.

  11. Anonymous May 20, 2021

    this quokka is so cute

  12. Anonymous September 7, 2021

    🥰

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