21 animals with attitude

Jul 17, 2012 1 Comment by

With an average of 8-9 hours of sunshine every day and more than 200 national parks, Queensland provides a playground for some of the world’s most unique wildlife. And they all come with big personalities.

Here are 21 of our favourite cheeky animal shots posted by you on our Facebook page.

1. This rebellious cockatoo.

21 animals with attitude

 

2. This koala regretting he had Italian for lunch.

21 animals with attitude

 

3. This kangaroo showing you how to floss properly.

21 animals with attitude

 

4. This little dude practicing his breast stroke. Rock on.

21 animals with attitude

 

5. This turtle telling you he saw her first.

21 animals with attitude

 

6. These two koalas doing puppy eyes better than puppies.

21 animals with attitude

 

7. This baby joey knowing it’s cuter than anything else you’ve seen today.

21 animals with attitude

 

8. This kangaroo playing dead until the tourists go away.

21 animals with attitude

 

9. This koala has heard it all before.

21 animals with attitude

 

10. This pelican sporting blue flippers.

21 animals with attitude

 

11. These two whales doing synchronised swimming.

21 animals with attitude

 

12. This Dreamworld tiger who can’t stand grapes.

21 animals with attitude

 

13. This wallaby convincing you Australia’s got talent.

21 animals with attitude

 

14. This baby salt water crocodile thinking it’s a velociraptor.

21 animals with attitude

 

15. These two kangaroos who clearly can’t be bothered today.

21 animals with attitude

 

16. This scheming cassowary.

21 animals with attitude

 

17. This maori wrasse who can’t believe it’s you.

21 animals with attitude

 

18. This stingray flying. Because it can.

21 animals with attitude

 

19. This kangaroo telling you to look deep into its eyes.

21 animals with attitude

 

20. This chilled-out baby turtle riding the EAC.

21 animals with attitude

 

21. This cockatoo whispering secrets about the Black Pearl. Aaarr.

21 animals with attitude

 

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About

Emanuel is an expat Swede who escaped the cold, unforgiving north for a life sunny side up in Queensland. A social media community manager by day and an aspiring Jacques Costeau on weekends, he spends most of his time writing, diving or looting milk from the office fridge.