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A new species of wombat, Rhizophascolonus ngangaba sp. nov., is described from Miocene deposits at Riversleigh along with… Expand Wombats are unique among marsupials in having one pair of upper incisors, and hypsodont molars for processing tough, abrasive… Expand A new genus of primitive wombat, described here, is the most complete early wombat found. Two partial maxillae, as well as… Expand This review provides an update on what is currently known about wombat reproductive biology and reports on attempts made to… Expand SummaryWombats consume grasses and sedges which are often highly fibrous. The morphology of the digestive tract and the sequence… Expand Wombats are large, fossorial, herbivorous marsupials exhibiting physical and behavioural characteristics indicative of extreme… Expand The northern hairy-nosed (NHN) wombat, Lasiorhinus krefftii, is critically endangered. It is restricted to a single population at… Expand DNA fingerprinting has become an invaluable tool in the study of population genetics, paternity success, and individual… Expand Two mandibles and six isolated teeth recovered from Pleistocene sediments in McEacherns Cave, western Victoria, represent a new… Expand