- Facts About Wombats
- Wombats are small marsupials that look like a cross between a bear, a pig and a gopher. They are built for digging, with short legs, compact heads, short broad feet and strong claws. Like kangaroos, koalas and other marsupials, they have a pouch.
- These Wombat-Rescuing Fishermen Are Our New Heroes
- Bob Wilton and Craig Wilson were fishing on a lake in Central Tasmania Friday night when they spotted a big, brown, furry creature in the water. Craig Wilson / The Advocate.
- Herpes Widespread in Wombats and Kangaroos
- Their study included 99 koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus), 96 eastern grey kangaroos (Macropus giganteus), 50 Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii), 33 common wombats (Vombatus ursinius) and a range of wallaby, bandicoot and possum species.
- Scientists use 3D reconstructions to study animal jaw mechanics
- Studying the muscles that animals use to bite and chew can tell us a lot about their eating habits. In the past, researchers often undertook painstaking dissection of animal specimens by hand to visualize the muscles used for specific tasks like chewing.
- No Slavoj, I Will Not Blog About NFP Anymore. Wombats.
- After nearly a week of non-stop blogging about Natural Family Planning I have finally found my true calling: to sing the praises of the wombat, day and night, as a testament to the glory of the Creator of wombats.
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