a Northern Hairy-nosed

In 2018, there are at least 250 northern hairy-nosed wombats in two populations. The species’ recovery has been due to several factors, including exclusion of predators, provision supplementary water, and maintenance a good year-round food supply. This report describes the efforts date.

Animal Info, based in Severna Park, Maryland, highlights the northern hairy-nosed wombat, as part of a resource on rare, threatened, and endangered mammals. The wombat is mammal order Lasiorhinus krefftii found Australia. Info describes physical characteristics, location, reasons for decline, habitat, birth seasons, diet, social organization wombat. A photographic image animal listing references are available.