Scientists solve the puzzle of how Wombat's cubes produce

Scientists solve the puzzle of how Wombat's cubes produce

It's a biological curiosity that baffles scientists and has fascinated the Internet.

Now, researchers believe they've solved one of wildlife's most puzzling puzzles: how to produce Wombat's cuboid piles.

The six-sided dung parts of the chubby marsupials are unique in nature. And they produce them abundantly and deposit between 80 and 100 cubes every night.

Wombat's characteristic defecation has an important function: the animals can pile up their stools to mark their territory and communicate through scent.

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