Australia’s animals don’t come much cuter than wombats, those furry little bulldozers of the bush.
Female wombat suffering from a mite infestation known as mange.
PHOTO: ‘Tulip’ the wombat before being treated for mange. (Supplied: Nick Bean)
The sight of a wombat infected by sarcoptic mange is heartbreaking — the animal’s skin scratched up and hairless in patches as burrowing mites take up residence.
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