Saturday, April 17, 2021

Have you Seen Cube Feces in Nature? - Nature and Wildlife 33

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

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

Actually, a wombat is an animal to produce cube shape feces in the world only. One wombat could produce around 100 feces a day.

This animal look like combines (cross breeding) of 3 animals:

- a bear

- a pig

- a gopher (burrowing rodent).

The size of a wombat could reach:

- 40 inches (102 cm) long

- about 60 pound (27 kg) weigh

The short legs animals are found no other places except Australia. It is estimated, the population mainly concentrates in the Epping Forest National Park in Queensland.


Fig 02- A décor bear

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


Fig 03- One of good Indoor plants

There are 3 species of wombat in Australia:

- the common wombat

- the northern hairy-nosed wombat

- the southern hairy-nosed


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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      Have you Seen Cube Feces in Nature? - Nature and Wildlife 33
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      Fig 01- A wombat and his cube feces (credit to VectorStock)
      Honestly, I never seen cube or square shaped poops from any animals in the nature.

      Actually, a wombat is an animal to produce cube shape feces in the world only. One wombat could produce around 100 feces a day.

      This animal look like combines (cross breeding) of 3 animals:

      - a bear

      - a pig

      - a gopher (burrowing rodent).

      The size of a wombat could reach:

      - 40 inches (102 cm) long

      - about 60 pound (27 kg) weigh

      The short legs animals are found no other places except Australia. It is estimated, the population mainly concentrates in the Epping Forest National Park in Queensland.

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  2. We saw a wombat in Australia. Never knew about the poops.

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  3. I have never seen the sign before. Love succulent plants!

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      Have you Seen Cube Feces in Nature? - Nature and Wildlife 33
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      Fig 02- A décor bear

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

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  4. I have not seen wombat and that sing before. What an interesting information. Thanks.

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  5. Very interesting:) Have a nice day :)

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      Have you Seen Cube Feces in Nature? - Nature and Wildlife 33
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      Fig 03- One of good Indoor plants

      There are 3 species of wombat in Australia:
      - the common wombat
      - the northern hairy-nosed wombat
      - the southern hairy-nosed

      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?

      Delete
  6. I've read about it before, wish our poop was square too LOL

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  7. Non je n'en ai jamais vu, il y'a beaucoup d'animaux originaux en Australie. Bonne soirée

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    1. Thanks-
      Have you Seen Cube Feces in Nature? - Nature and Wildlife 33
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      Fig 01- A wombat and his cube feces (credit to VectorStock)
      Honestly, I never seen cube or square shaped poops from any animals in the nature.

      Actually, a wombat is an animal to produce cube shape feces in the world only. One wombat could produce around 100 feces a day.

      This animal look like combines (cross breeding) of 3 animals:

      - a bear

      - a pig

      - a gopher (burrowing rodent).

      The size of a wombat could reach:

      - 40 inches (102 cm) long

      - about 60 pound (27 kg) weigh

      The short legs animals are found no other places except Australia. It is estimated, the population mainly concentrates in the Epping Forest National Park in Queensland.

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  8. To the best of my knowledge, I've never seen a wombat in a zoo where I live in the United States. Cube shaped feces though - that is definitely unusual.

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    1. I see...


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      Have you Seen Cube Feces in Nature? - Nature and Wildlife 33
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      Fig 02- A décor bear

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

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  9. Wow. Yet another interesting piece of information. 😀
    We have little round things all over the garden, left there by hares. I'm hoping they help fertilize the lawn.

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  10. Tanza, We have seen wombats in zoos here in the USA as well as in Australia. They are interesting animals, that's for sure. I usually don't check out animal feces so I didn't notice the cubed variety. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. glad to know you have seen wombat...


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      Have you Seen Cube Feces in Nature? - Nature and Wildlife 33
      -
      Fig 03- One of good Indoor plants

      There are 3 species of wombat in Australia:
      - the common wombat
      - the northern hairy-nosed wombat
      - the southern hairy-nosed

      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?

      Delete

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