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On the Run WL3012

The Bare-nosed wombat lives in heathlands and woodlands scattered across south-eastern Australia. These generally shy nocturnal warren-dwellers and extremely adept at digging. They breed every two years and produce a single joey which, like their marsupial relatives, is carried in a backwards-facing pouch; ideal for digging.
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The Bare-nosed wombat lives in heathlands and woodlands scattered across south-eastern Australia. These generally shy nocturnal warren-dwellers and extremely adept at digging. They breed every two years and produce a single joey which, like their marsupial relatives, is carried in a backwards-facing pouch; ideal for digging.