Where Do Wombats Live?


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.
Wombats are native to both Tasmania and part of Australia. Their distribution is smaller today than it used to be. Wombats are marsupials, like kangaroos and wallabies. You can find more information here: http://world.std.com/˜raparker/pub/wombats0.html
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The wombat is a marsupial that lives in Australia. They are about the size of a dog when still young.
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