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Belinda S
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So adorable
Alvin, the Aussie Chipmunk

Meet the Quokka!

Quokkas are found mostly on Rottnest Island, just off the Western Australian coast - An early Dutch visitor to the island, Willem de Vlamingh, mistook the marsupials for large rats when he arrived in 1696. He named the island “Rattennest” (Dutch for “Rat’s Nest”), which was later adapted to Rottnest.

Quokkas can climb trees - Their movements resemble a bounding gait interspersed with hopping. They are able to climb trees to reach a food source.

Quokkas can survive without food and water - Quokkas are herbivores who primarily feed at night, meaning they are mainly nocturnal.  However, they can survive for long periods without food or water.

Quokkas are known to suffer from muscular dystrophy - They have been employed in medical research in that area.

Quokka breeding habits change, depending on location - On the mainland, quokkas can breed all year round, but on Rottnest Island they only breed from January to August. After a month of gestation, the female gives birth to a baby called a joey. Females can give birth twice a year.

Quokkas are cute - Am I right?

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Have a happy one. ...
Hello april! I wish everyone a beautiful month! God bless you all!
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Hilarious
I'm tired of posting about mathematics, photography, etc.  From now on, I'm going to post amusing gifs of cats and other animals. I hope that's OK.
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Funny. ..very cute
Mother is always a Mother...
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Happy happy happy! !!!!;)

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Off to wOrk again....hope u all have a wonderful day....
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Love this song

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I love spring showers....my plants had been thirsty....not anymore.
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