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Insight into the world of the wombat, one of the largest burrowing animals in the world.

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The breeding season brings out wombats' energy, aggression and playfulness.
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Near the Snowy Mountains of southeast Australia is Wombat Wood, a wooded area dotted with the burrows of wombats.

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