Wombats, kangaroos, and the like, formed a kind of happy family.
The incisors are as a rule three above, but one only in the Wombats.
Instead of these, it has Marsupials only: kangaroos and opossums; wombats and the duckbilled Platypus.
Of all his many pets, Rossetti was perhaps especially devoted to his wombats.
The feet have two syndactylous toes, less marked in the Wombats than in the Kangaroos and Phalangers.
In those days wombats were plentiful near the river, but the men could not catch or kill one of them.
No young ladies in blue dresses and brown curls—only wombats and wallabies, and ring-tailed 'possums—and me.
Among the diprotodont types the Phascolomyidae, or Wombats, have a dentition recalling that of the Rodents.
In the Wombats there may be as many as four or five vertebrae fused together in the sacral region.
The wombats, on our appearance, had waddled off, so that they did not interfere with us while we were attending to Hector.