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Common Wombat

Common wombat

Introduction

Head-Body Length: 90-115 cm
Height: 36 cm
Weight: 22-39 kg
Identification:The wombat has coarse, brown or gray fur and a bare muzzle.
Habitat: Temperate forests, heaths, mountains
Diet: Herbivore: grasses
Reproduction: Young wombats can be born any time of the year. They stay in their mother’s pouch for 6-7 months and nurse until they are 15 months old.
Behavior: Being nocturnal, wombats spend days in underground burrows.
Status: No special status

 Interesting-Facts: The closest relative to the wombat is the koala.

Geographic: Southeastern Australia
Tasmania Date:1958 – 1988 Subjects: Common wombat
Vombatus
Wombats
Diprotodontia
Marsupials
Mammals
Vertebrates
Chordata

KEY FACTS

Name Common wombat, Vombatus ursinus
Origin Southern and Northern
Size 98 cm
Litter Size One litter
Life span Wombats have an average lifespan of 15 years in the wild and 20 years in captivity.
Reproduction Young wombats can be born any time of the year. They stay in their mother’s pouch for 6-7 months and nurse until they are 15 months old.
Height 985 mm (840-1150 mm)
Weight 26 kg (22-39 kg).
Colors Wombats' fur can vary from a sandy color to brown, or from grey to black.

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scientific classification

Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Mammalia
Order – Diprotodonta
Family – Vombatidae
Genus – Vombatus
Genus Species – Vombatus ursinus

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