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AUSTRALIA-CHINA/
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November 17, 2014
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (R) stands with China's President Xi Jinping and his wife...
Canberra, Australia
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove stands with China's President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng...
Australian Governor-General Peter Cosgrove (R) stands with China's President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan, as she holds a wombat in the grounds of Government House in Canberra November 17, 2014. Xi is on a three-day official visit to Australia. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA/
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May 24, 2007
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked...
Goulburn, Australia
A Common Wombat lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside...
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside the city of Goulburn, located 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney, May 24, 2007. The largest-sized species, the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat known as Australia's rarest marsupial, with only a single colony of around 110 living in a fenced-off area in the northern state of Queensland, has been listed in an American scientific magazine as an animal that faces extinction within a decade. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
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May 24, 2007
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked...
Goulburn, Australia
A Common Wombat lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside...
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside the city of Goulburn, located 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney, May 24, 2007. The largest-sized species, the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat known as Australia's rarest marsupial, with only a single colony of around 110 living in a fenced-off area in the northern state of Queensland, has been listed in an American scientific magazine as an animal that faces extinction within a decade. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
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September 01, 2005
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper during a photocall at Sydney's Taronga Zoo...
Sydney, Australia
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper at Taronga Zoo in Sydney.
Abdul, a baby Hairy-nosed Wombat, is cradled by his keeper during a photocall at Sydney's Taronga Zoo September 1, 2005. A baby boom coupled with warm weather prompted the zoo to bring out a selection of baby animals, some who are being hand reared and requiring round-the-clock care. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB/YH
AUSTRALIA
RTRIWIZ
July 28, 2005
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's...
Sydney, Australia
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time ...
A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo. A five-month-old native Australian Common Wombat sleeps in a makeshift pouch after feeding time at Sydney's Taronga Zoo, July 28, 2005. The orphaned baby wombat is being hand-raised by keeper Darrelyn Rainey who takes it home with her every day, and must feed it every four hours for at least the next three months. REUTERS/David Gray Pictures of the Month July 2005
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