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  •   Capybaras are awesome! They are the worlds largest rodent. There eyes are on top of their head so they can see when they swim. Capybaras are very fast runners, and very well at swimming. They are found in South America, like: Panama, Columbia, Equador, Bolivia, Venezuela, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Uruguay, and Paraguay. Capybaras are mammals, and they are vertebrates.                                                                                                                                          They have webbed feet, no tail, and 20 teeth. There back legs are slightly longer than the front ones. They have ears are on top of their heads. Capybaras can weigh up to 60-140 pounds. Female Capybaras are usually heavier than male Capibaras. Instead of making holes, Capybaras make little burrows in corners and like them to be shaded. They communicate by making a clicking sound or some sort of groan. Capybaras eat 

grasses, leaves (sometimes) berries and sometimes fruit.(Capybaras are herbavores and are endangered) Jaguars, anacondas, foxes and wild dogs are what eat Capybaras, and are oftenly hunted in the areas that they are located.(listed above) These amazing animals can reach to the length of four feet. The Capybaras behavior usualy is shyness. Capybaras ROCK!!!!!!!  To see more info on Capybaras go to the following websites: www.wikipedia.com/capybaras, www.rebsig.com/Capybara/22k






Comments (2)

wikiuser0039 said

at 10:03 am on Nov 17, 2008

Do you like Capybaras?

wikiuser0046 said

at 9:21 pm on Dec 3, 2008

LOVE IT!!!!!

they are soooooo cute!

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