Where Do Wombats Live?

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The native habitat of Wombats is Australia. The wombat is the largest of all the burrowing animals and in spite of its appearance; it can run at a speed of 40 kilometres per hour. It feeds mainly on roots and leaves.
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There are three different species of wombats and all three live in Australia, mostly on the eastern half of the continent. Southern hairy-nosed wombats are very rare and are on Australia's endangered species list.
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