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About: The numbat is a marsupial native to Western Australia. The species is also known as the noombat or walpurti. It is a small, colourful creature between 35 and 45 centimetres, with a finely pointed muzzle and a prominent, bushy tail about the same length as its body. Numbats are insectivores and subsist on a diet of termites. It digs them up from loose earth with its front claws and captures them with its long, sticky tongue.

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