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a small furry Australian animal with a wide flat beak and tail. It lays eggs and feeds milk to its young.
a small Australian animal that eats ants and other insects
a large Australian animal that moves by jumping, has strong back legs, and carries its baby in a pouch (=pocket on the front of its body)
an Australian animal with gray fur, large ears, and no tail. Koalas live in trees and eat eucalyptus leaves.
a small furry Australian animal with a flat beak like a duck and webbed feet for swimming
an animal like a small kangaroo that lives mainly in Australia
an Australian animal that is similar to a small bear. A female wombat has a pouch on the outside of her stomach in which she carries her babies after they are born.
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employmentBuzzWord Article
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