Capybara: the largest rodent in the world


Pretty big: the Capybara reaches up to 60 cm shoulder height - Image: Shutterstock / EBFoto

Capybara, also known as capybara, is an extraordinary rodent: it resembles its close relative, the guinea pig, and spends a large part of its day in the water. Pretty big: the Capybara reaches up to 60 cm shoulder height - Image: Shutterstock / EBFoto Posing for the snapshot: A small group of Capybaras - Image: Shutterstock / ckchiu Capybaras are also called capybaras. No wonder then ... - Image: Shutterstock / eddo ... during the day you almost always meet them in the water - Image: Shutterstock / Vadim Petrakov They cool off in the shallow water on hot days. If there is danger, they flee into the deep water - Image: Shutterstock / ckchiu They are excellent swimmers, but they also like to run ashore - Image: Shutterstock / Volga Capybaras feed on grasses, aquatic plants and sometimes stolen goods from plantations - Image: Shutterstock / Attila JANDI Aren't they cute? Capybara babies stay with their mother for the first few months - Image: Shutterstock / Stephen Meese Up to eight young can belong to one litter - Image: Shutterstock / kerstiny The Capybara not only looks like the guinea pig, it is also closely related to it - Image: Shutterstock / kerstiny

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