Wombat – Phillip Goodchild

$15.00

I chose the wombat because they are native to Australia. A fun fact is they make cube shaped poo and use their bottoms as a shield against predators. My piece is a Northern Hairynose wombat which is critically endangered. They are nocturnal and sound like a hissing cat.
Dimensions: 10cm x 5cm x 2cm
Medium: Wombat
Location: indoor

Availability: 1 in stock

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Phillip Goodchild
My name is Phillip. I am a First Nations child, from the Emu Clan. I am turning eleven this year. I enjoy making things in clay. My favourite was the dingo because it looks more like a dingo and was easier to make. The reason why I chose the dingo is that they can’t bark, the are the largest terrestrial predator in Australia and they can live almost anywhere. A fun fact is they hunt in packs and live in groups. They chase their prey until it is exhausted and then go in for the kill. Dingos eat wombats. I chose the wombat because they are native to Australia. A fun fact is they make cube shaped poo and use their bottoms as a shield against predators. My piece is a Northern Hairynose wombat which is critically endangered. They are nocturnal and sound like a hissing cat when they yell.