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 Is the wombat endangered?

Answer The common wombat is not an endangered animal, although this marsupial, native only to Australia, has lost much of its habitat. An eastern Australian subspecies of the wombat—the northern hairy-n... Read More »
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What Is the Adaptation of a Common Wombat?

Wombats are small marsupials that live in different areas of Australia, Flinders Island and Tasmania. There are two types: the hairy-nosed wombats that live in the arid and semi-arid woodlands and ... Read More »
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How to Play Super Wombat?

Super Wombat is an outdoor field game that mixes between softball and kickball. It's a very fun game for kids to play.
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What are some adaptations of a common wombat?

The common wombat, like its close relative, the koala, is a burrowing animal with a compact, muscular body. This protected animal is native to Australia. Like all animals, the wombat has special ad... Read More »
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