They are among the most mysterious and least studied peoples in all of archaeology: an ancient race who wandered Australia many centuries ago, leaving behind few traces except for stunningly realistic images of their twin gods painted into cave walls. Perfectly preserved for eons, they pose the question: who were the Wombat Worshipers of Wagga Wagga?
George the wombat turns one
Last November, we met George the wombat. Found lost and abandoned, little George was taken to the Australian Reptile Park and cared for by wildlife conservationist Tim Faulkner. Now he’s a year old, and to mark the occasion, the no-longer-little George recreated the scenes that made him a viral video star.
And finally: Wombat Wants Wubs!
Via Andrew Y.
This little girl is Josephine, who is under the care of ACT Wildlife Australia. Although small for her age when she arrived, regular feedings and cuddles have increased her weight tenfold. Keep growing, Josephine!