Wombats are the largest burrowing mammals in the world and can only be found in Australia. These fascinating marsupials vary in size depending on the species, but the common wombat (also known as the bare-nosed wombat) is very similar in size to the northern hairy nosed wombat. These are the largest wombat species and they usually range from 75-100cm, making the largest ones almost three and a half feet long. These creatures have been known to weigh up to 90 lbs.
Wombats are the largest burrowing mammal and the second largest marsupial. They are about 30 inches long, but can get up to 47 inches. The common wombat can weigh 88 pounds, while the hary-nosed wombat maxes out at 71 pounds.
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