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 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, […]
I suspect if reincarnation is a thing, I am coming back as a capybara. There is little question of that. To whom it may concern: might I please return as […]
Lemmings are tiny Inuit hamsters. They are tough and winter hardy and that rumor about jumping off a cliff is a bunch of hooey. These are smart little guys.
Capybaras are vegetarians. To be more precise, they are graminivores: they mostly eat grass. Like wild rabbits and guinea pigs, they graze and eat the unlucky apple or squash they […]
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!