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A Numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus)! Not Australia’s most well-known marsupial but they are curious little things (and the emblem of Western Australia). 

Steve Parish: 50 Years Photographing Australia

A Numbat (Myrmecobius fasciatus)! Not Australia’s most well-known marsupial but they are curious little things (and the emblem of Western Australia). 

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    it’s also kind of weird to me that there are wombats and numbats and that they aren’t in the same family although they...
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    I like the fact that there are wombats and numbats. I dont’ think there are any other animals in the ‘mbat’ genre, but...
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