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Common wombats grow to an average of 98 cm (39 in) long and a weight of 26 kg (57 lb), but this young male is probably less than half that. Wombats are the largest burrowing marsupial, and because of their burrowing, have evolved a backwards facing pouch to help keep the dirt from getting inside.
Dry sclerophill bushland.