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quokka

a small wallaby, Setonix brachyurus, of Western Australia, occurring mostly on offshore islands
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The quokka, a small marsupial related to the kangaroo and wallaby, is unique to Australia and largely found on Rottnest Island off the coast of Perth.
We simulated the unit cell (as shown in Figure 1) of IBC solar cells in three dimension using Quokka. Quokka is a simulation tool for solar cells, the results of which are well comparative with SANTARUS [29, 30].
RORC commodore Michael Boyd, who competed this year on Quokka 8, remarked that; "The 46th edition of the Rolex Fastnet Race in our 90th year is very special for us.
Next we encountered the three Australian q-marsupials, the quokka, the quoll and the quenda.
Six species were then introduced into the sanctuary, all of which used to be native to the area--the woylie, the southern brown bandicoot, the tammar wallaby, the ringtail possum, the numbat and the quokka. The animals used for the reintroductions came from a number of different locations around the state, including nature reserves, housing developments and wildlife parks.
Elaine Alderson's daughter Georgie with a quokka, a native of a small island off|Perth called Rottnest