The most the friendliest Quokka on Earth!

You can't help but fall in love with this little quokka found by 21-year-old Campbell Jones and his girlfriend when the couple was out for a bike ride in Rottnest, Australia. The couple came across what might just be the friendliest quokka on Earth. Campbell was walking back towards his bike when the adorable quokka chased after him. He put down his GoPro, and the animal jumped at him almost begging for him to stay. The quokka is a marsupial that is found in Australia. The animals are known for their inquisitive nature, and they only have a few natural predators, which allows them to be less fearful when they around other creature. Unfortunately, the species is listed as vulnerable. So We hope that photos like Jones’s will inspire more quokka protection efforts.

Seeing these adorable photos of the Austrailian quokka makes people want to think of ways to protect the environment. The quokka a member of the genus Setonix, which is a small macropod about the size of a domestic cat. Like other marsupials in the macropod family like kangaroos and wallabies, the quokka is herbivorous and mostly nocturnal. Quokkas can be found on some of the smaller islands off the coast of Western Australia, especially on Rottnest Island just off Perth and Bald Island near Albany. There is also a small mainland colony that exists in the protected area of Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, where the animals co-exist with the critically endangered Gilbert's potoroo. Knowing these animals are listed as vulnerable forces people to think of ways to save or earth and do all it takes to save these adorable creatures.

Going green and ways to protect the environment is easier than people think. There are little things you can do every day to save our earth and to help reduce greenhouse gasses. It's important to realize that caring for the Earth is not just a responsibility but a privilege. Some of the things you can to and ways to protect the environment include paying close attention to how you use water. Be mindful of the little things you do as they can make a big difference. Every time you turn off the water when you are brushing your teeth, you are helping to save the earth. If you have a leaky toilet, you might be wasting up to 200 gallons of water per day. Try to drink tap water instead of drinking bottled water, so you aren't wasting all that plastic packaging as well. Whenever you can wash your clothes in cold water. Walk or ride your bicycle to work or school and anywhere you can. By doing this, you can help to save our earth while reducing greenhouse gasses along with burning calories and improving your health. If you can't bike or walk, then use public transit or carpool. Every car that is not on the road helps to make a difference. Recycle whenever you can as you can help to reduce pollution by putting that soda can in the recycle bin. If you're trying to choose between products, pick the product that has the least amount of packaging. Compost. Reducing the amount of solid waste in your life in a year means that less space will be used in landfills,

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