Scientific Name: Vombatus ursinus

Age [Sex]: adult [M]

Locality: Smiggen Holes, Rosciusko National Park.

Higher Geography: Australia, Australia, New South Wales

Collection Date: Jul 1981

Collector Name [Number]: R. Bandar - RB4824

Notes: Wombats use their rodent-like front teeth (incisors) for digging burrows and snipping the grasses, roots, and twigs that they grind with their molars.


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