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Ave ngers: Endgame Star Chris Hemsworth snatched something even more valuable this time than an infinity stone, a selfie with a quokka.
Hemsworth took the snapshot during a fleeting visit to Rottnest Island, Australia, with his wife Elsa Pataky, calling himself "Quokka Chris" and urging his followers to go to Rotto and see the Quokkas for themselves  Hemsworth even got close enough to feed one of the little smiley boys a green piece out of his own mouth, a feat he joked required three weeks "to crawl, study the Quokkas moves and theirs Imitating language "after all" she gained her trust and was accepted as one of them. "
Physical interactions with quokkas are not normally of employees of the nature reserve allowed – and also the feeding – but it looks like an exception was made for the thunder god.
Quokkas, referred to by Hemsworth as "epic little creatures," reside on Rottnest Island and a handful of other small islands off the coast of Western Australia. They are incredibly friendly and are not afraid of people. They are considered the happiest animals in the world thanks to their little smiley faces.
It is believed that Hemsworth has entered into a contract with Tourism Australia, which might explain his and Pataky's recent tour of the Western Australian coast and his message from Rottnest to "get there and find out!"
But Hemsworth is not the first celebrity to take a selfie with a quokka. The actress and the Aussie Margie Robbie sent him to the post office over a year ago:
Okay, now we want one.