capybaras are semi-aquatic animals. They are mainly found in Central and South American region. capybaras are considered as the largest rodent in the world as they weigh about 75kg and grow up to 1.5 meters. Their habitat varies from dense vegetation to freshwater and they never like to stay away from water.
Capybaras are herbivorous animals who like to eat grasses, barks, aquatic plants, leaves and others. They are very social animals and they for a herd with around 20 individuals.
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The Capybara is a large, semi-aquatic rodent that is found inhabiting the water-logged regions of Central and South America
Capybara - San Francisco Zoo
Capybara Fascinating Facts, habitat, diet, social behavior and physical characteristics
This rodent from South America is the largest in the world. A capybara can get close to 80 kg (175 pounds) but as intimidating as it might look, they are mostly shy and tame creatures.
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San Diego Zoo Capybara
The capybara’s scientific name, Hydrochoerus, means water hog, and the capy is always found near water, typically in groups of 10 to 30 animals. Includes videos and photos