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The wombat is an herbivorous animal, which burrows in the ground like a badger.

The Possum turned pale and the Wombat hastily got behind him.

They are now represented only by the Australian wombat (Phascolomys).

Not a cigar was left, but there was the skeleton of the wombat.

Days passed, weeks passed, months passed, and there was no wombat.

In the Wombat and Koala the tail is small and without chevron bones.

The Phascolarctos, or Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus), is closely allied to the wombat.

It is, like the Wombat, aberrant in the lack of an obvious tail.

In the evening they again endeavoured to catch a wombat, but failed.

Now I'm damned if I'm sure I could tell a kangaroo from a wombat.

WORD ORIGIN

marsupial mammal of Australia, 1798, from aboriginal Australian womback, wombar.

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