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A rare sighting of above-ground intimacy.

A rare video of wombats having sex sideways offers a glimpse into the bizarre realm of animal reproduction.

Where is William?

Northern Hairy-nosed Wombats (NHNWs) are critically endangered and one of the rarest mammals in the world. The small community of Thallon, in outback Queensland, hopes to raise its profile and with The Wombat Foundation, that of NHNWs with a giant wombat sculpture called ‘William’. William is being made at Natureworks, in Brisbane, and will be travelling to Thallon on the 19th October. WomSAT will be following William Wombat’s route home, so that everyone can track his progress on his journey.

Find out where William is travelling >

Happy 2nd Birthday WomSAT

WomSAT turns the big 2 today! Thank you everyone for your support to date. We especially want to thank each and every #WombatWarrior and #wombat

To date we have 6645 sightings that have been logged. The more sightings we have the more we will learn about wombats. Keep those sightings coming in!

Photo by #WombatWarrior Megan

Record wombat sightings now !


Mangy marsupials: wombats are catching a deadly disease, and we urgently need a plan to help them.

You may have seen recent media reports that wombats are under threat from a mysterious killer disease. That disease is sarcoptic mange, and while it affects the two wombat species that are not in immediate danger of extinction, it threatens to wipe out local populations.

WomSAT  features on Channel 7 Sunrise Program

WomSAT supporters Julie Old (Western Sydney University) and Mick (Australian Reptile Park) were interviewed on Channel 7 Sunrise Program.

Become a wombat warrior with your mobile scientists urge.

Downloading new app WomSAT could help save wombats from 'brink of extinction'. Sarcoptic mange is spreading through two of the three wombat species and has been found across four states, in some cases wiping out as much as 75 per cent of the wombat population.