Facts about Wombats kids – Information about Wombats
Wombats are the marsupial mammals
Wombats are the large mammals called as marsupial mammals it is pouched animal that to be found in Australia and scattered on its nearby islands. Similar to other marsupial mammals these animals give birth to their undeveloped and tiny young that crawl onto their mother’s pouches. To escape from the danger this tiny young jump back to their mother’s pouch to get save from predators. The young wombat when have age of seven month start caring for itself. The weight of this animal is about 32 to 80lbs and its size is about 6 feet. To dig in the burrows wombats uses their claws and usually they live in the burrows. When they live in burrows it becomes tunnel and extensive channels that are complex. Commonly wombats that are found have the habitat when they dig own burrows other wombat species found are social that lives together to form colonies that are huge groups of burrows.
Wombats feed at night time and they are nocturnal feeding on roots, bark and grasses. These animals have incisors that are like rodent having non-stop growing process. Wombats have been hunted because the field of farmers can be easily damaged due to their behaviour. Some species of wombats found are endangered and still other species of wombats are hunted. Wombats have the diet mainly feed on plants and are named as herbivores. Wombats have shown wild behaviour having fur that contains color brown or grey to black. The gestation period of female wombats is about 20 to 21 days.