Burrow entrance with fecal pellets, which are roughly cubical

Vombatus ursinus - #1377

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Common Wombat

Burrow entrance with fecal pellets, which are roughly cubical, January 1999. J A Lackey

Distribution: E New South Wales, S Victoria, SE South Australia, Tasmania, islands in the Bass Strait, and extreme SE Queensland (Australia).
Family: Diprotodontia

Lateral view of standing animal

Vombatus ursinus - #1376

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Common Wombat

Lateral view of standing animal, January 1999. J A Lackey

Distribution: E New South Wales, S Victoria, SE South Australia, Tasmania, islands in the Bass Strait, and extreme SE Queensland (Australia).
Family: Diprotodontia

Lateral view; scratching with forelimb

Vombatus ursinus - #1375

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Common Wombat

Lateral view; scratching with forelimb, January 1999. J A Lackey

Distribution: E New South Wales, S Victoria, SE South Australia, Tasmania, islands in the Bass Strait, and extreme SE Queensland (Australia).
Family: Diprotodontia

Lateral view of walking adult in winter pelage.  Also as Equus caballus przewalskii or Equus ferus przewalskii, Takhi.

Equus przewalskii - #1646

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Przewalski's Horse

Lateral view of walking adult in winter pelage. Also as Equus caballus przewalskii or Equus ferus przewalskii, Takhi., February 2011. Patterson BD

Distribution: In the late 18th Century, from Turkestan east to Mongolia; wild population survived (at least until recently) in SW Mongolia and adjacent Gansu, Sinkiang, and Inner Mongolia (China); reintroduced into Mongolia.
Family: Equidae (horses)

Adult, side view

Bubalus depressicornis - #1586

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Anoa

Adult, side view, 4 March 2004. B. D. Patterson

Distribution: Sulawesi
Family: Bovidae

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