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sara c. jazmín

sara caballero bruno

on 5 April 2013

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Transcript of wombat

WOMBAT - Scientific classification
- Appearance
- Habitat
- Nutrition
- Reproduction
- Behavior
- Interesting things
- Picture gallery INDEX SCIENTIFIC CLASSIFICATION Kingdom:Animalia
Family:Vombatidae APPEARANCE A wombat (vombatus ursinus) is a herbivore mammal that it size is 71 to 129 cm and it weights 15 to 36 kg. The name of it group is "Mob or Colony". It has small legs but they're strong. SCIENTIFICS SAYS... BUT WE SAY... Wombat looks like a little bear TYPES WOMBAT BARE-NOSED COMMON HAIRY-NOSED 1.The Southern Hairy-nosed wombat 2.The Northern Hairy-nosed wombat The Australian mainland Bare-nosed 2.The Tasmanian wombat 3.The Flinders Island wombat INTERESTING THINGS The northern hairy-nosed wombat is an endangered species. The biggest threats the species faces are its small population size, predation by wild dogs, competition for food because of overgrazing by cattle and sheep, and disease HABITAT NUTRITION Among their food are leaves and roots and they are beings with a slow metabolism When they eat, take a long time to process these foods in digestion. They can take up to 14 days in digestion. REPRODUCTION It reaches sexual maturity at 2 years.

The gestation period lasts 21 days. The female gives birth to a baby in auttum, and this is inependiza the following year will Behavior Even the small legs that has the wombat, escape from predators by speed.

When it feels endangered, it runs to 40km/h. The main defense against a predator wombat's underground smash it against the roof of the tunnel until the invader isn't breathing. PICTURE GALLERY THE END SARA CABALLERO BRUNO
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