Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces

Saturday, July 16, 2022

You may read previous posting about animal with square feces:

- Have you Seen Cube Feces Animals in Nature? | Tanza Erlambang Update



Fig 01- A décor bear, illustration


From searching through Google that there are 3 species of wombat living across the Australia continent:

- the common wombat

- the northern hairy-nosed wombat

- the southern hairy-nosed


Not surprise that wombats are enlisted as endangered species with population continue to decline since 1980s.



Fig 02- A wombat with a baby (credit to YouTube)



Fig 03- One of wombat cube poop (credit to Imgur)


Sadly, one species called as northern hairy-nosed wombat with scientific name Lasiorhinus krefftii is assumed extinct in the state of New South Wales (NSW), Australia.


The facts about wombat feces (sources from internet):

- feces was formed at the last part of intestines

- feces is dry, contain 60% water compared to human feces with 80% water

- cube shape is advantage than round feces to communicate, if placed on top of objects.


Finally, have you seen wombats and their feces in any places include zoos?


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      You may read previous posting about animal with square feces:
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces
      -
      Fig 01- A décor bear, illustration

      From searching through Google that there are 3 species of wombat living across the Australia continent:
      - the common wombat
      - the northern hairy-nosed wombat
      - the southern hairy-nosed

      Not surprise that wombats are enlisted as endangered species with population continue to decline since 1980s.

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  3. Omg the bear decoration is so cute
    and interesting post my dear
    kisses ♥

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    1. Indeed...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces
      -
      Fig 03- One of wombat cube poop (credit to Imgur)

      Sadly, one species called as northern hairy-nosed wombat with scientific name Lasiorhinus krefftii is assumed extinct in the state of New South Wales (NSW), Australia.

      The facts about wombat feces (sources from internet):
      - feces was formed at the last part of intestines
      - feces is dry, contain 60% water compared to human feces with 80% water
      - cube shape is advantage than round feces to communicate, if placed on top of objects.

      Finally, have you seen wombats and their feces in any places include zoos?

      # Previous postings:
      - DO YOU LIKE TO INSERT MICROCHIP IN YOUR BRAIN? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - OVER CROWDED TOURISTS ON CRUCIAL OBJECTS | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - WHAT IS INSIDE STUPA OF THE BUDDHA TEMPLE OF BOROBUDUR? | TANZA ERLAMBANG
      - WHAT FOOD SHOULD WE TRY WHILE IN JAPAN? - PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces
      -
      You may read previous posting about animal with square feces:
      - HAVE YOU SEEN CUBE FECES ANIMALS IN NATURE? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  5. Fascinating! Makes sense that a cube would rest better on a solid surface if used to mark the territory. God bless.

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    1. Indeed....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces
      -
      Fig 01- A décor bear, illustration

      From searching through Google that there are 3 species of wombat living across the Australia continent:
      - the common wombat
      - the northern hairy-nosed wombat
      - the southern hairy-nosed

      Not surprise that wombats are enlisted as endangered species with population continue to decline since 1980s.

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  6. So...these critters poop dice? Fascinating.

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    1. yes, fascinating ...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces
      -
      Fig 03- One of wombat cube poop (credit to Imgur)

      Sadly, one species called as northern hairy-nosed wombat with scientific name Lasiorhinus krefftii is assumed extinct in the state of New South Wales (NSW), Australia.

      The facts about wombat feces (sources from internet):
      - feces was formed at the last part of intestines
      - feces is dry, contain 60% water compared to human feces with 80% water
      - cube shape is advantage than round feces to communicate, if placed on top of objects.

      Finally, have you seen wombats and their feces in any places include zoos?

      # Previous postings:
      - DO YOU LIKE TO INSERT MICROCHIP IN YOUR BRAIN? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - OVER CROWDED TOURISTS ON CRUCIAL OBJECTS | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - WHAT IS INSIDE STUPA OF THE BUDDHA TEMPLE OF BOROBUDUR? | TANZA ERLAMBANG
      - WHAT FOOD SHOULD WE TRY WHILE IN JAPAN? - PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces
      -
      You may read previous posting about animal with square feces:
      - HAVE YOU SEEN CUBE FECES ANIMALS IN NATURE? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  8. Very interesting, I didn't know.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces
      -
      Fig 01- A décor bear, illustration

      From searching through Google that there are 3 species of wombat living across the Australia continent:
      - the common wombat
      - the northern hairy-nosed wombat
      - the southern hairy-nosed

      Not surprise that wombats are enlisted as endangered species with population continue to decline since 1980s

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  9. Interesting animal.
    It's new to me.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Declining Population of Mammals with Cube Feces
      -
      Fig 03- One of wombat cube poop (credit to Imgur)

      Sadly, one species called as northern hairy-nosed wombat with scientific name Lasiorhinus krefftii is assumed extinct in the state of New South Wales (NSW), Australia.

      The facts about wombat feces (sources from internet):
      - feces was formed at the last part of intestines
      - feces is dry, contain 60% water compared to human feces with 80% water
      - cube shape is advantage than round feces to communicate, if placed on top of objects.

      Finally, have you seen wombats and their feces in any places include zoos?

      # Previous postings:
      - DO YOU LIKE TO INSERT MICROCHIP IN YOUR BRAIN? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - OVER CROWDED TOURISTS ON CRUCIAL OBJECTS | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - WHAT IS INSIDE STUPA OF THE BUDDHA TEMPLE OF BOROBUDUR? | TANZA ERLAMBANG
      - WHAT FOOD SHOULD WE TRY WHILE IN JAPAN? - PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG

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  10. I want to see one in real life. So Cute!

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