Quokkas are a type of small wallaby. With their thick greyish-brown fur, short rounded ears, black eyes and a black nose, they are popular among youngsters for their almost teddy bear appearance and inquisitive nature. The males are bigger than the females.
Watch quokkas as they bound and hop along the ground, although if necessary this macropod can climb trees too. They will sit on their hind legs to look around and also use their front paws to search for and pick up food.
Learn that it is the only mammal which is native to Rottnest Island off the coast of Western Australia and can be found almost everywhere on the Island.
Discover how quokkas are mainly nocturnal, becoming more active at night and preferring to rest or sleep in the shade during the day.
Best for: Curious young minds who will love taking their first steps in learning about the natural world through soft play. Great to add a touch of character to a little one’s bedroom or as a first furry friend to snuggle up with.
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