A Quokka is a small marsupial about the size of a cat that can be found on the smaller islands off the coast of Western Australia. They’re adorable and cute but due to their small number they’re protected which means touching one of these little guys will get you slapped with a $300 fine. This has led to tourists taking selfies with them to get around the ‘touching them’ part. The #quokkaselfie hashtag is gaining traction on social media as more and more people are jumping in on the action with these photogenic little critters. For good reason too, these pictures are great. But it would be better with a Beaver, just sayin’.. #BeaverSelfie seems surprisingly underused.