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 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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