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Wombat

 

  1. Evolution and taxonomy. Though genetic studies of the Vombatidae have been undertaken, evolution of the family is not well understood. Wombats are estimated to have diverged from other Australian marsupials relatively early, as long as 40 million years ago, while some estimates place divergence at around 25 million years.
    Evolution and taxonomy. Though genetic studies of the Vombatidae have been undertaken, evolution of the family is not well understood. Wombats are estimated to have diverged from other Australian marsupials relatively early, as long as 40 million years ago, while some estimates place divergence at around 25 million years.
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  3. This large, pudgy mammal is a marsupial, or pouched animal, found in Australia and on scattered islands nearby. Like other marsupials, wombats give birth to tiny, undeveloped young that crawl into ...
    This large, pudgy mammal is a marsupial, or pouched animal, found in Australia and on scattered islands nearby. Like other marsupials, wombats give birth to tiny, undeveloped young that crawl into ...
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  4. What actually is a Wombat? To be honest I don't know. But they are cute! The only thing a Wombat does is eating, sleeping and to make new Wombats!
    What actually is a Wombat? To be honest I don't know. But they are cute! The only thing a Wombat does is eating, sleeping and to make new Wombats!
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  5. These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'wombat.' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors.
    These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'wombat.' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors.
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  6. www.mediaanimal.tv Meet Roz and Kev Holme from the Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue and Hospital .They are dedicated wildlife carers who work 24/7 to save and protect Australia's Bare Nosed Wombat.
    www.mediaanimal.tv Meet Roz and Kev Holme from the Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue and Hospital .They are dedicated wildlife carers who work 24/7 to save and protect Australia's Bare Nosed Wombat.
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  7. Wombat is the common name for any of the stocky Australian marsupials comprising the family Vombatidae, characterized by short legs, very short tails, large head, and small ears.There are three extant species although the family was more diverse in the Pleistocene (Johnson 2004). The modern species are burrowing herbivores and are found in forested, mountainous, and heathland areas of south ...
    Wombat is the common name for any of the stocky Australian marsupials comprising the family Vombatidae, characterized by short legs, very short tails, large head, and small ears.There are three extant species although the family was more diverse in the Pleistocene (Johnson 2004). The modern species are burrowing herbivores and are found in forested, mountainous, and heathland areas of south ...
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  8. A wombat is a marsupial in the family Vombatidae.It lives in the Australian eucalyptus forests. There are two genera with three living wombat species; the Common Wombat and the Hairy-nosed Wombats.. It is a medium-sized animal that makes a burrow by digging holes in the ground.Wombats are usually around a metre (40 in) long when they are fully grown. It is a kind of animal known as a marsupial ...
    A wombat is a marsupial in the family Vombatidae.It lives in the Australian eucalyptus forests. There are two genera with three living wombat species; the Common Wombat and the Hairy-nosed Wombats.. It is a medium-sized animal that makes a burrow by digging holes in the ground.Wombats are usually around a metre (40 in) long when they are fully grown. It is a kind of animal known as a marsupial ...
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  9. The common wombat (Vombatus ursinus), also known as the coarse-haired wombat or bare-nosed wombat, is a marsupial, one of three extant species of wombats and the only one in the genus Vombatus.The common wombat grows to an average of 98 cm (39 in) long and a weight of 26 kg (57 lb).
    The common wombat (Vombatus ursinus), also known as the coarse-haired wombat or bare-nosed wombat, is a marsupial, one of three extant species of wombats and the only one in the genus Vombatus.The common wombat grows to an average of 98 cm (39 in) long and a weight of 26 kg (57 lb).
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  10. Also known as the course-haired wombat, the common wombat is the largest burrowing mammal and the second largest marsupial averaging 90-115 cm (35-45 in.) in length.
    Also known as the course-haired wombat, the common wombat is the largest burrowing mammal and the second largest marsupial averaging 90-115 cm (35-45 in.) in length.
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