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If you visit Cradle Mountain National Park and venture onto one of the less-trodden paths, you’re likely to encounter one of its most famous residents. Shuffling along and paying little heed to passers-by; at first glance what appears to be a furry boulder on legs, soon materialises into the not-so-common Common Wombat. These wonderful creatures spend their days casually munching on the local vegetation, leaving nothing but their curiously cube-shaped scats for the unwary hiker to tread on. I captured this little guy near Ronny Creek (a veritable wombat hotspot), just at the beginning of the world-famous Overland Track.
We have carefully sealed the front and back of the image to ensure that it is water resistant. It will be OK if you get caught in the rain, but please avoid submerging it when swimming or bathing. Regular cleaning with a silver cloth will keep the ear-wires nice and shiny.