He smiled with Quokka, the happiest animal on Earth

It is difficult for a lot of people to laugh or even smile, but this is not difficult for the happiest animal on the world is Quokka “Coca” is a small animal lasting smile, but with the unknown exposed to extinction.

It is the only one of the remaining species in the world that is present in the islands of Western Australia, especially the island of Ruthenst, as well as the Australian city of Perth.

Despite its high morale, this petite youngster is considered a protected animal in Australia, which is threatened by extinction. The predators have increased their predators and foxes, prompting the government and the population to apply more protection to their endangered species.

It has a small size to equal the normal size of the cat, weighing from 2.5 to 5 kg, 40 to 90 cm in length and 25 to 30 cm in length. Although small in size, it has a sturdy body that can climb small trees and shrubs.

Quokka is known for its love for humans and their relatives, especially on the island of Ruthenst. It is natural that they are not afraid of them. However, it is forbidden for any person on the island to deal with him in any way. Whoever violates this will pay a fine of $ 300.