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Baby wombat's slow motion trot is the epitome of grace

Wombats are often believed to be muddle-headed and dozy, but Jack, here, is the embodiment of a Chariots of Fire level of grace. In an adorable slow motion video shared by ACT Wildlife Australia, the mammal shows off his elegant stride.

Over short distances, wombats can reach the blistering speed of 40 kph (25 mph) and on occasion have a penchant for affection.

PSA: It is against the law to keep a wombat without a license, so think twice before you go plucking a wild furball from their habitat.

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