Those are called T3 terminals (yup, in the name - perhaps the battery comes in different terminal options?). I have not found anything that looks like a quick-disconnect option for those terminals though.
Instead of messing with the battery terminals, I would use a connector rated for the maximum current you expect to use. My personal favorite would be an Anderson Powerpole. They come in different current capacities, all rated at 600V ac or dc. Various sizes are available, and with up to a 350A capacity you will find one that works. Once can add on environmental protection to reduce water ingress, and various positive-locking options. I use them for ham radio equipment (quite common in that field), and for connectors to my auxiliary battery system on my truck (one 100A line to the back of the truck, and 2 30A color-code-keyed lines to my roof-top tent).
I would also strongly (very strongly!) recommend adding an inline fuse on the battery side, rated to handle your expected normal current draw while protecting whichever connector you choose from exceeding its rated capacity. Also use appropriate rubber boots over the T3 terminals to insulate them from accidental contact.