No wonder you have never heard the name Quokka, one of the happiest animals on earth. You can find photos of these animals on the internet that always have a smile on their face.
Their main habitats are the two Australian islands of the Bald and Rottnest islands. These animals, which have a lifespan of 10 years, belong to the family Macropodidae. These animals are also similar to kangaroo animals. These small animals, which are part of nocturnal organisms, belong to the herbivorous group. They are not like other animals that make friends with humans.
The Australian government has imposed fines of up to 300 Australian dollars. on people who try to capture them and threaten them, as they are no longer considered pets.
They are well captured on camera and are not afraid of humans and our duty to allow Quokka animals to live happily ever after.