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Squeeeeee! Knowing that Koalas are capable of flopping their ears when they're tickled just took them to the next level of squee! I could watch this all day... maybe I will.

-Sally Squeeps

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Now you can take your squees with you wherever you go!

-Sally Squeeps

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What is this fuzzy guy? A bear? A marsupial? A mammal? I don't know, but he's so squeedorable that I MUST know! Help me out squeeps.

  • Sally Squeeps
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Did you know that Wombats, unlike most marsupials, have backwards-facing pouches? This is because mommy Wombats like to dig, and having a backwards pouch protects the baby from dirt and rocks.

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Now I thought I had seen most all of the squee animals in the world, but this one has me stumped. What is this cute spotted creature with a big button nose? Can you squeeps help me figure it out?

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This baby wombasquee is finally out of his mamma's pouch and ready to explore the world!

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Congratulations widdle Wombat! You managed to beat the Panda Bear in last week's Squee Spree versus, and we're all looking forward to squeeing over you!

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