When I meet people savvy enough to know that capybaras are from South America (and not Australia), they love to point out that people down there eat them. That may […]
I never tire of looking at capybaras in the wild. It’s not as easy as it sounds. Even if you are in South America they are somewhat elusive. So I […]
Oh sure, the capybara is a species of “Least Concern” but that doesn’t mean they are invincible, like cockroaches. It just means they aren’t yet as endangered as elephants or […]
A moment of silence, please, for this late individual.
The Japanese zoos seem to have created the best habitats for capybaras, based upon their prolific breeding. Our zoos in the USA don’t seem to have nearly as much reproductive […]
A capybara changes you forever. Losing one forces you to adjust your perspective in an inside-out contortion. For those who are vicarious observers of capybara relationships, understand that in our […]
Let’s take a look at a couple of recently updated Globo 1 articles about capybaras in the Brazilian capital, Brasília. This is what happens when the government decides to plunk […]
South America is chock full of capybaras and it is lovely to view them from afar, grazing along a river. They don’t always stay there, and like naughty animals everywhere, […]
It’s that time of year again. The Japanese zoos heat up the hot tubs for the capybaras. The fruit floating in the onsen (hot tub) is yuzu, a citrus related […]
It doesn’t get better than this!