The quokka’s kangaroo (also known as the Macropodidae) is a member of the same family and is often called the most beautiful animal in the world because of their cute cheeky grins.
Where are quokka found?
Quokkas are native to west australia and they are found mainly on rottnest island and bald island. Quokka is now threatened with extinction due to habitat destruction caused by everything we label as ‘development’. Wolves, cats and wildfires also threaten them. Despite his ‘insecure’ status, this cute creature is not afraid of humans. A few years ago, quokka had a selfie craze. They happily joined the tourists. Hoping that with the conservation efforts of the sanctuary and tourists, the quokkas keep smiling.
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