Of the same family as the bolobi, the wombaï is endowed with large eyes for an all round vision and a long proboscis which it uses to draw up seeds, insects and nuts from both ground and bush. The wombaï, with its trunk and its round neckless head protruding from its spherical body, resembles a hairy pear on legs! Its four identical legs are longer and thicker than those of the bolobi and better suited for roaming in the high grasses of the jungle and lake lands.