The wombat is a marsupial native to the forested and mountainous regions of south-east Australia and Tasmania. With short legs and muscular bodies, they grow to approximately 1m in length with sandy-colored, brown, grey or black fur. Wombats are the largest burrowing animal, using their rodent-like incisor teeth to dig extensive burrow systems. While most marsupials have pouches facing the front of their body, wombats have a backward-facing pouch to protect the Joeys from flying dirt while the mother is digging.
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