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Wombachs have an extraordinarily slow metabolism, taking around eight to 14 days to complete digestion, which aids their survival in arid conditions. They generally move slowly.

When threatened, they can reach up to 25 mph. and maintain that speed for 490 ft. They defend home territories centered on their burrows, and they react aggressively to intruders. They occupy a range of up to 57 acres.

Wombachs have a remarkably rodent-like skull. They have a single pair of incisors. These teeth are heavily built and rodent-like in form. Also like the incisors of rodents, the incisors of wombats have enamel on anterior and lateral surfaces only.

The incisors are followed by a large diastema. The cheek teeth are hypsodont and unrooted. The molars are relatively simple; The dental formula is 1/1, 0,0, 1/1, 4/4 = 24.

On the skull itself, the coronoid process of dentary reduced and the masseter is the primary muscle used in mastication. Whombat have a strongly built zygomatic arch and short rostrum.

When angered, Wombachs can make hissing sounds. Their call sounds somewhat like a pig’s squeal. Wombat or Vombatus ursinus can also make grunting noises, a low growl, a hoarse cough, and a clicking noise.Vombatidae or Wombats are short-legged, muscular quadrupedal marsupials of the family that are native to Australia.

Living species are about 40 in. in length with small, stubby tails and weigh between 44 and 77 lb.

They are adaptable and habitat tolerant, and are found in forested, mountainous, and heathland areas of southern and eastern Australia, including Tasmania, as well as an isolated patch of about 740 acres in Epping Forest National Park in central Queensland.

A Wombach can dig extensive burrow systems with their rodent-like front teeth and powerful claws. One distinctive adaptation of wombats is their backward pouch. The advantage of a backward-facing pouch is that when digging, the Wombat does not gather soil in its pouch over its young.

Although mainly crepuscular and nocturnal, Wombats or Vombatus ursinus may also venture out to feed on cool or overcast days.

They are not commonly seen, but leave ample evidence of their passage, treating fences as minor inconveniences to be gone through or under, and leaving distinctive cubic feces.