What Does a Wombat Look like?

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Wombats are short-legged, muscular marsupials and are about 39 inches in length. Wombats have a very short tail, and are most closely related to the koala. Wombats are found in south-eastern Australia and Tasmania.
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wombats are most often brown, grey, black or white. they look like a medium sized dog. they have small ears and noses. they also have strong teeth.
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Wombats are short-legged muscular Australian marsupials. The three living species are all about a metre in length and weigh from 20 to 35 kg. It is covered in brown fur and has a
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Wombats are Australian marsupials. They look similar to a small, very short-legged & muscular bear. Approximately 1 metre in length with a short tail.
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Common Wombat
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Diprotodontia Family: Vombatidae Genus: Vombatus Species: Vombatus ursinus
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