Have you Seen Cube Feces Animals in Nature?

Saturday, June 25, 2022

Honestly, I never seen cube or square shaped poops or from any kind of animals in the nature.



Fig 01- A wombat and his cube feces (credit to VectorStock)


Actually, a wombat is an animal to produce cube shape feces in the world only. One wombat could produce around 100 feces a day. I think it is considered quite plenty.


This animal look like combines (cross breeding) of 3 animals. Two of them you might know very well:

- a bear

- a pig

- a gopher (burrowing rodent).



Fig 02- A pug, illustration only


The size of a wombat could reach:

- 40 inches (102 cm) long

- about 60 pound (27 kg) weigh



Fig 03- Green, just for illustration.


Male is larger than female in average. The short legs animals are found no other places except Australia.


Yes, they are endemic to Australia. Unfortunately, these animals are categorized as “pests” by settlers.


Hence the wombats to be subjects of persecutions and hunted in old times, but now, it is illegal to kill wombats.


It is estimated, the population mainly concentrates in the Epping Forest National Park in Queensland.


Finally, Have you Seen Cube Feces Animals in Nature?


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20 comments:

  1. Interesting -Christine cmlk79.blogspot.com

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  2. Thanks for your informative article :)

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      Honestly, I never seen cube or square shaped poops or from any kind of animals in the nature.

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  3. Sheep poo is like pills and let's not forget the Cow patty.

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  4. It's good to know about the bear poop. You just never know when they'll show up these days. Thanks for the post.

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      Have you Seen Cube Feces Animals in Nature?
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      Fig 01- A wombat and his cube feces (credit to VectorStock)

      Actually, a wombat is an animal to produce cube shape feces in the world only. One wombat could produce around 100 feces a day. I think it is considered quite plenty.

      This animal look like combines (cross breeding) of 3 animals. Two of them you might know very well:
      - a bear
      - a pig
      - a gopher (burrowing rodent).

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  5. Ohhh curious information
    thanks for sharing!

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      Have you Seen Cube Feces Animals in Nature?
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      Fig 02- A pug, illustration only

      The size of a wombat could reach:
      - 40 inches (102 cm) long
      - about 60 pound (27 kg) weigh

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  6. Hello,
    Interesting! I usually only see horse and dog poo during our walks. Take care, enjoy your day and the week ahead.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Have you Seen Cube Feces Animals in Nature?
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      Fig 03- Green, just for illustration.

      Male is larger than female in average. The short legs animals are found no other places except Australia.

      Yes, they are endemic to Australia. Unfortunately, these animals are categorized as “pests” by settlers.

      Hence the wombats to be subjects of persecutions and hunted in old times, but now, it is illegal to kill wombats.

      It is estimated, the population mainly concentrates in the Epping Forest National Park in Queensland.

      Finally, Have you Seen Cube Feces Animals in Nature?

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  8. Nice news! Have a great week!

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  9. Very interesting. Regine
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      Honestly, I never seen cube or square shaped poops or from any kind of animals in the nature.

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  10. Very informative post! God bless.

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  11. I had never thought of such a thing!
    have a great week,
    S

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      Have you Seen Cube Feces Animals in Nature?
      -
      Fig 01- A wombat and his cube feces (credit to VectorStock)

      Actually, a wombat is an animal to produce cube shape feces in the world only. One wombat could produce around 100 feces a day. I think it is considered quite plenty.

      This animal look like combines (cross breeding) of 3 animals. Two of them you might know very well:
      - a bear
      - a pig
      - a gopher (burrowing rodent).

      Delete