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Capybara

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Capybara is the biggest living rodent in the world; It weighs up to 66 kilograms and up to 4 feet long. Some countries called it Carpincho or water hog. They are also related to guinea pigs. They are friendly animals by nature, and they have renowned worldwide for their capability to make individuals from other species in relief and peace in their presence. They live near the bodies of water. Capybaras have short brownish hair with short legs ears and almost no tail at all. They are timid and usually found in brooks, lakes, and rivers. They normally plant-eating animals, and sometimes they become a nuisance because they eat grains, squash, and melons. Did you know that capybaras are edible? Yes, it is! In Venezuela capybaras, they have a ranched of meat. Do you want to try eating Capybara too?

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