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Compared to the common wombat, the southern hairynosed wombat has a larger temporalis muscle and a smaller masseter muscle. Also, unlike the northern hairynosed wombat, the southern hairynosed wombats nasal bone is longer than the frontal bone.
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Southern hairy-nosed wombat - Wikipedia
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The Southern Hairynosed Wombat (Lasiorhinus latifrons) is one of three living species of wombat. It is found mainly in South Australia: in the Murraylands, scattered in Yorke Peninsula and in the Nullabor Plains in the west of the state