Quokkas Are the ‘World’s Happiest Animal’ and We Have The Proof
You may have seen a photo of this happy animal somewhere on the internet, but it seems that you have never heard the name quokka.
They are often described as the happiest wild animal on the planet and have a sweet smile on their faces. They just seem to radiate good energy and they have a sweet smile all over their face.
The lovable animals are herbivores and mostly nocturnal and can live up to 10 years, but they can also live up to 20 years in the wild. Unlike most other wildlife, quokkas are not afraid of humans and have no endangered status.
They are also quite easy to capture with the camera, so it is not so easy for them to scare people away. A few years ago there were a few cases of selfies with the animals, but only in the wild.
They may seem very cuddly, but they are not suitable as pets, so perhaps it is best to let them live their happy little lives on Australian islands. However, anyone caught feeding or handling the animals by authorities can be fined up to 300 Australian dollars.