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Australia, Phillip Island. Wombats

Anich • 3 minutes read • October 22nd, 2016
“Well, hello!” :)
1australia-phillip-island-wombats.jpgThese animals are called WOMBATS.
I am sure that many of you have not even heard about these lovely miracles :)
The wombat is marsupial, herbivore and burrowing animal. It lives in Australia.
There are long-haired and short-haired wombats. They can grow between 27 and 47 inches (70 to 20 cm) and they can weight between 44 and 99 lbs (20 to 45 kg). They look like little bears.

On 

Phillip Island

, they have a huge "corral" full of holes.
2australia-phillip-island-wombats.jpg3australia-phillip-island-wombats.jpg4australia-phillip-island-wombats.jpg5australia-phillip-island-wombats.jpgAt the entrance to the park, we were given a special food for these animals.
6australia-phillip-island-wombats.jpgI even managed to pet a wombat.
Their hair seemed to be soft, but it turned out to be hard.

I think they are the loveliest animals :)
7australia-phillip-island-wombats.jpgRead about kangaroos in the following review, which can be found here.
Author: Anich
Source: anich.livejournal.com
Translated by: 
Zoozi

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