World of Animals- Wombat

Deutsch: Bild eines australischen Wombats

Wombats (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hello! Sorry I haven’t been blogging lately. I have been sick. School homework also takes up time. Today I am going to teach you about the Wombat. First of all the Scientific Name for Wombat is Vombatuas Ursinus. Their lifespan is from 5-20 years. Much longer than the Woodchuck. Wombat’s are herbivores. Some sample foods are Grass, plant roots, and fungi. Wombat’s are found in Australia. The Habitat of the Wombat is Forests, open areas, hills, and mountains. Wombat’s also have predators. Almost no animal at all has no predator. Only if you are a animal at the top of the food chain. Anyway, the Wombat’s are people, dogs, and foxes. The male Wombat’s name is Jack. The females Wombat’s name is Jill. Now in the Jack and Jill went up the hill nursery rhyme I think they were talking about a Wombat. I think they were talking about a male and female Wombat going up the hill to where they lived. It all makes sense. Since The male is called Jack. The female is called Jill. Well Wombats also live on hills. The young Wombats are called Joey. A group of Wombats are called a Wisdom. A Wombat’s body covering is hair.  The Wombats body tempature is warm-blooded. Finally, Wombats are marsupials. Most animals in Australia are. Bye! I’ll write another blog post soon.

Your Animal Blogger,

Mara

Glossary

Marsupials Marsupials are animals that are primarily living in the Southern Hemisphere. They also carry their babies in pouches. Some examples of marsupials are Tasmanian Devils, Wallabies, possums, koalas, kangaroos, and opossums.

Fungi also fungus are is a member of the eukaryotic family. Mushrooms are also a member of the eukaryotic family.

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One thought on “World of Animals- Wombat

  1. WOW…I learned a lot about Wombats…my Lillie is doing an Australian animal research Power Point on the animals of Australia…thanks for the facts.
    Sorry hear you have been sick 😦
    Tickled pink,
    Mrs. Mak

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