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Not all Australian animals are trying to kill you
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This is a Western pygmy possum, native to Australia. It's actually one of the largest species of pygmy possum in the world!

Not all Australian animals want to kill you…

A tiny pygmy possum, a rhino at full charge and eagles in ariel combat feature in this week’s round-up of images from the natural world

Cute animals that fit in the palm of your hand are the pinnacle of cuteness. Once you've got a baby animal that you can hold like a cookie or a muffin, there's

Not all Australian animals are trying to kill you

Not all Australian animals are trying to kill you

Not all Australian animals are trying to kill you

Adelaide University student Amanda McLean captured the photo of this pygmy possum while on a field trip to the northern Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

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tree kangaroo baby, they only live in Australia. I really want one!
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Tree kangaroo baby Tree-kangaroos are macropods adapted for life in trees. They inhabit the rainforests of Australia and New Guinea, far northeastern Queensland, and nearby islands.

funkysafari: “ The amazingly cute Tree Kangaroo baby pauses while eating some greens to pose for a portrait, thanks! by Evan Animals ”

A Baby Tree Kangaroo Stares at me While Holding a Green Bean, Ready to Eat. This Looks Like a Stuffed Animal, but I Assure you it is Real! by Evan Hambrick

"Tree kangaroo joey" - not a red panda, but in the same neighborhood. I did not know there was such a thing as a tree kangaroo.

tree kangaroo baby, they only live in Australia. I really want one!

tree kangaroo baby, they only live in Australia. I really want one!
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Meet the Quokka — the Happiest Animal Ever: Meet the most smiley animal on earth: the quokka.
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Meet the most smiley animal on earth: the quokka. A native of Australia, the quokka is a marsupial in the macropod family (along with wallabies and kangaroos)

See a smiling quokka for real, I would classify this as 'pure happiness' (covered in fur)

Ridiculously Cute Animal of the Day: Quokkas!

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 most smiley animal on earth: the quokka.
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Wombats - they look like they have a great sense of humour, don't they?
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The quokka pushes the limits. My friend told me about these

This is my favorite animal. A quokka.

Quokkas are so adorable! This is why I need to visit Australia someday.

Quokka from western Australia smiling for the camera.

Wombats - they look like they have a great sense of humour, don't they?

Wombats - they look like they have a great sense of humour, don't they?
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This is our quokka. I'm now making the quokka the official animal mascot of our theater.

This is a Quokka. This little guy is adorable! He looks like a bear and a squirrel mixed together!

Quokkas are said to be the happiest animal on the planet

The cute little Quokka can only be found on Rottnest Island. There are no natural enemies there for them so they are very friendly

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It's Impossible to be Grumpy After You See These Quokka Pics - Neatorama
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Adorable moment a quokka leaps towards a tourist& camera - before posing for a selfie

After Campbell Jones captured a quokka selfie on Rottnest Island, the animal begged him not to leave. Never underestimate the love between man and quokka!

Man Meets Quokka, Quokka Won’t Leave Him Alone. open to see more sweet pictures of him!

It's Impossible to be Grumpy After You See These Quokka Pics - Neatorama

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Wombats - they look like they have a great sense of humour, don't they?
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Rottnest Island Quokka<-- my spirit animal

Rottnest Island Quokka: These creatures are the sunshine to my storm

Quokka come from the same family as the kangaroo.

i swear to the gods this is just. just i cant even . GODS THESE GUYS are just so happy and cute. whenever ya need some cute pickmeup

Wombats - they look like they have a great sense of humour, don't they?

Wombats - they look like they have a great sense of humour, don't they?

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:) :) Two very happy quokkas spotted by Elisa - The Best Job In The World Park Ranger on Rottnest Island, Western Australia

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I know it's not a rat but it is still and adorable little rodent! "Dormice are an endangered species and mainly found in the southern counties of Britain. They can spend up to three quarters of their life asleep!

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Meet the Quokka, your most adorable island friend!

The Southern Brown Bandicoot

The Southern Brown Bandicoot

A Southern Brown Bandicoot: At Mount Lofty, South Australia. Pretty much the only critter on the whole dang island that isn't venomous or dangerous in some other way!

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Duckbill Platypus---the duck-billed platypus is a semiaquatic egg-laying mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania.

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A Quaka eating lunch.

The Quokka. Restricted To The South West Region Of Western Australia, Quokkas Are Found On The Mainland As Well As On Rottnest Island (Near Perth) Bald Island (Near Albany).

Quolls (genus Dasyurus) are solitary, nocturnal mammals which seek shelter in their burrows and dens by day and hunt birds, amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals at night.

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The tiger quoll, also known as the spotted-tail quoll, the spotted quoll, the spotted-tailed dasyure or the tiger cat, is a carnivorous marsupial of the quoll genus Dasyurus native to Australia.

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