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    Australian animals may seem weird to some, even the harmless ones. But they are just like cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, and other fluffy pets. Sometimes they prefer to relax and do nothing, and sometimes they need to run around like crazy and dance for hours - although don't ask why.

    This wombat may be little and soft, but it is still a wild animal, so it is always ready to go into a frenzy. Well, it still looks soft, cute, and adorable, but it has wild energy - especially when a human has a tasty treat.

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    Публикация от Sharon Woodward (@degg_65)

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