With their cheeky grins and adorable smiling faces, these pictures of Quokkas are going to put you in an instant happy mood.
A recent selfie snapped by a Quokka has proven that these animals are the “World's Happiest Animals.” Part of the kangaroo and wallaby family, with the size of a cat and tail similar to that of a rat, these marsupials can only be found on Australia's Rottnest Island and a handful of smaller islands around the coast of Western Australia.
With their cheeky grins and adorable smiling faces, these little creatures have won the heart of the Internet and have successfully won the label of the world's happiest animals. These human-friendly animals are apparently not shy of flaunting their smiling faces and chances are if you go to them with a camera in your hand, they are going to pose in front of you with their best-smiling faces. Befriending these cute creatures might seem like a good idea but don't forget that anyone caught handling or feeding these animals can be fined up to A$300. So let them enjoy their freedom on their Quokka island while you enjoy their smiling happy faces in the gallery posted below.