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A numbat is a marsupial that lives in western Australia. This small mammal uses its long, sticky tongue to capture termites that live underground. Numbats live in hollow logs and burrows. They hunt for termites by day and sleep at night. Today, fewer than 1,000 numbats live in the wild.
The numbat is a small, colourful creature between 14 and 18 in long, including the tail, with a finely pointed muzzle and a prominent, bushy tail about the same length as its body. Color varies considerably, from soft grey to reddish-brown, often with an area of brick red on the upper back, and always with a conspicuous black stripe running from the tip of the muzzle through the eyes to the bases of the small, round-tipped ears. Between four and eleven white stripes cross the animal's hindquarters, which gradually become fainter towards the midback. The underside is cream or light grey, while the tail is covered with long, grey hair flecked with white. Weight varies between 9.9 and 24.7 oz.
Question: How fast can a Numbat run for such a little critter?