What Do Wombats Eat?


Wombats usually feed on native grasses; especially the tender grass shoots, as well as moss. They can also feed on some farm vegetables in the absence of native grass or perennial grasses during drought periods.
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Wombats are grazing animals, feeding on grasses and sedges. They are crepuscular, meaning they are more likely to feed in the early morning or evening.
Dingoes and humans are the only known predators of the wombat, though Tasmanian Devils have been
wombats feed on grasses, roots, and bark maybe even garden plants-carrots, lettuce, etc.
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Wombats are herbivores, meaning they are grazers. You can find them eating grasses (tender grass shoots are favorites), roots, bushes, bark and moss.
Wombats eats a diet of different types of grass. They also eat roots, shrubs, bark moss, leaves, mushrooms and when available they will eat vegetables.
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