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quokka

a small, nocturnal wallaby (Setonyx brachyurus) which is especially sensitive to nutritional myopathy. Called also Rottnest quokka.
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Quokka was among the most popular suggestions in a national Australian poll to name the airline's fleet of eight new state-ofthe-art Dreamliners, with the first two to be delivered called Great Southern Land and Waltzing Matilda.
Retail prices for the Shapo and Quokka slip-in tablet sleeves are $19.
But unfortunately, the Sydney Games failed to provide Quokka the financial kick it was hoping for, and not long after the Olympics window closed, Quokka was forced into bankruptcy.
According to the Wall Street Journal & Bloomberg, Quokka last year lost $US 150 million from revenue of $US 47 million, leading to an announcement this week of a second round of staff cuts in three months.
Quokka currently offers a network of eight sport verticals covering over 40 sports.
Quokka has targeted sports that have previously been remote -- such as mountain climbing or offshore sailing -- by introducing e-mailed diaries, biometric measurements and fantasy games in which site visitors can participate as if they were in the race.
5m, General Magic scored $6m and Quokka Sports got $5m in addition to a content and distribution deal.
Quokka was among the most popular suggestions in a national poll of more than 60,000 entries to name the airlines fleet of eight Dreamliners.
Quokka Coffee is a coffee shop and cafe boasting fair trade coffee and locally-produced goods with an Australian flair.
Sports entertainment provider Quokka Sports Inc has signed a definitive agreement to acquire a controlling interest in NBC Sports' Golf.
Simon's background also includes a digital media venture where he was Vice President, Division Sales Director for Quokka Sports Inc.
World number two men's singles tennis player, and 2018 Mastercard Hopman Cup winner, Roger Federer's lovable quokka selfie has reached 581 million people in 45 countries through global online news.