Wilson The Wombat
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We acknowledge the Wiradjuri people traditional owners of Country in of Central NSW and their elders both past and present. In the Wiradjuri language the wombat is called a Wambad (pronounced Wom-Bud), Dhaygang (pronounced Day-A-Gun) or Gulang (pronounced Go-O-Lung).
There are Three species of wombats, the Bare-nosed, Southern Hairy-nosed and Northern Hairy-Nosed wombats. Wombats are nocturnal animals and may wonder up to 3km every night looking for food, the eat native grasses, shrubs and roots.
Wombats live in underground burrows and are territorial animals. If another wombat enters their territory they will scare them off with grunts and screeches and if that doesn’t work they will chase them away on foot.
Wilson sits at 8.5cm long and 4.5cm high. VOC free tints and sustainably sourced ash wood.