hairy-nosed wombat

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  • Wombats have sometimes been featured in popular culture, particularly in video games.
  • In general, all species of wombats are heavily built with large heads and short powerful legs.
  • They move out of the grounds to search for a new home, including Mr. Wombat.
  • The food wombats eat provides more than enough energy.
  • Its range is in the western part of the Wombat State Forest.
  • He wrote and produced Combat Wombat's two albums and has been involved in numerous other projects.
  • He wrote and produced Combat Wombat's two albums and has been involved in numerous other projects.
  • All species of wombat are protected in every state except for Victoria.
  • The common wombat can breed every two years and produce a single joey.
  • Wombats have also been a feature of Australian television.
  • The three living species of wombat all reside only in Australia.
  • The creek was named after the wombats in the area which were often called badgers.
  • However, capturing a wombat takes considerable time and energy, so they were not hunted too frequently.
  • In those days wombats were plentiful near the river, but the men could not catch or kill one of them. Cited from The Book of the Bush, by George Dunderdale
  • We immediately set to work to cook the wombat. Cited from Adventures in Australia, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The next night, the wombat moves to the entrance to check if conditions are right before emerging again.
  • Wombats were often called badgers by early settlers because of their size and habits.
  • It was, I afterwards found, a wombat, or Australian bear, an animal very common in all parts of the country. Cited from Twice Lost, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The band's name came about because they used to drive around in a camouflage painted van that looked like a giant wombat.
  • The Wombats have raised the bar somewhat with this track.
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