- 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.
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- Hip Shot: Wombat Drool
- Halfway through Wombat Drool, while dissecting the red panda's animal family, the zookeeper reminds us that, “Taxonomy is important.” It's a timely admonition.
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