Wombat attack inside tunnel





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Published on Oct 12, 2012

A close call with a wombat as it enters the narrow pipeline behind Andrew as he's crawling through it.

The wombat is strong, sturdy and built close to the ground with sharp teeth and claws. Their tunneling ability is incredible and they make homes with ease with intricate underground tunnel systems.

Wombats will typically spend many hours each night browsing for food near their home tunnels as they mainly eat grass and other plant material such as shrub, moss, bark and roots and like all Australian mammals the common wombat is a protected Australian species.

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[No animals within the following footage were harmed. The footage depicts animals being restrained and no intent has been made to injure, harm or stress the animal(s). All animals used within the following footage were released back into their natural state. Viewers should not attempt the following outtakes without the appropriate permits and review of the relevant legislation and industry professional assistance.]


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