The common wombat's average body size, from the head to the end of its body, ranges from 700 to 1,200mm. The wombat's tail is a mere stub. The general coloration of the animal varies from yellowish buff, silver gray, light gray, gray, dark brown, or black. Males and females have thick, heavy bodies, small eyes, flattened heads, round ears, and coarse, harsh fur. The common wombat is also equipped with short, powerful legs and long, strong foreclaws for digging their large, often complex burrows. Females have a pouch that opens posteriorly. Nowak (1983), Angus and Robertson (1983)
Range mass: 15 to 35 kg.
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