I have never seen a real living breathing wombat before, and I never imagined that they could grow up to be this big.

It’s Like A Gigantic Hamster

I have never seen a real living breathing wombat before, and I never imagined that they could grow up to be this big.

Rottnest Island, Perth, Australia : Quokka Leaps At Man, Man Takes Epic Photo by Campbell Jones

Rottnest Island, Perth, Australia : Quokka Leaps At Man, Man Takes Epic Photo by Campbell Jones

Not sure how I came across this but am I the only one who finds this baby wombat weirdly cute?!

Orphaned kangaroo and wombat are inseparable friends (they even share the same pouch)

Not sure how I came across this but am I the only one who finds this baby wombat weirdly cute?!

Kenny The Rescued Wombat Picks The Perfect Place To Nap

Kenny The Rescued Wombat Picks The Perfect Place To Nap

NIt could be that he enjoys the confined space because it’s reminiscent of a burrow (where wombats typically would do their sleeping)

Community Post: 20 Utterly Adorable Pictures To Convince You That Wombats Are The Future

Community Post: 20 Utterly Adorable Pictures To Convince You That Wombats Are The Future

<b>We all need more wombats in our lives!</b> Baby sloths and corgis have totally had their day, and the future of cuteness belongs to these little guys with the fur and the claws. Just look at these badasses.

The Quokka, known as 'the happiest animal in the world', is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia.

The Quokka, known as 'the happiest animal in the world', is native to small islands off the coast of Western Australia.

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