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Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat
Transcript of Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat
Wombat Scientific Name:
The Southern Hairy Nosed Wombat has a diet of Grasses, Leaves and Roots. Info: Habitat:
Grass plains, savannahs, open woodlands and steppe with low shrubs aswell as sandy or limestone.
Where is it found:
Found in South Australia and southeast, Western Australia.
Does it have a pouch:
A wombat has a pouch that faces backwards to prevent soil and dirt entering the pouch while digging. More info: When I arrived at the inclosure we looked around for my animal but we could not see it.
We then kept walking and we then came across the Hairy Nosed Wombat. What does a Wombat do in 15minutes. Features of a Hairy Nose Wombat:
They can grow to 70-94cm long.
There tail grows to about 2.5-6cm
Wombats are very stocky and solid. They have short legs
large front feet, with bear like claws.
Wombats legs and shoulders are very powerful and they
their front legs for digging burrows.
Southern Hairy-nosed Wombats are similiar in size and
to the Common Wombat, with silkier fur, long ears and furry
The Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat is a brownish grey
colour on its back and pale grey underneath.
Its head is broad with narrow, pointed ears and brown or
white fur on the nose. What does it look like? By April Bacon