Here’s another great article from South America showing that capybaras are well positioned to take over the world.
Several videos have surfaced lately of animals retaking their territory, now that we are hunkered down, indoors. Goats in Wales, penguins gone rogue. Here are some capybaras who have retaken […]
Capybaras have adapted well to urban areas. They have nice manners and are beloved by the Brazilians.
The simple answer is that capybaras live in South America. (No, they don’t come from Australia.) They range from eastern Panama, where the Lesser Capybaras live, and into Argentina in […]
Just when I think I’ve seen everything, a wacky post like this comes up. This website is Russian, I think, and translated fairly well from that language (It’s not like […]
Genetic analysis of a South American icon reveals how it became a gentle giant—and how it fends off increased cancer risk. Source: Clues to Fighting Cancer Found in Giant Rodent […]
Well, this is interesting! Is there really a herd of capybaras living Wild & Free in Florida? I’m ready to fly down there to see for myself! Is this a […]
I am still melancholy about Brazil and enjoy tracking capybaras in the news from there. They do love their capybaras, and appreciate their unique quirkiness so much! I love these […]
Capybaras are common on the campus of the Federal University of Acre (UFAC), Rio Branco, Brazil. The capybaras have become quite an attraction! Biologists at the Brazilian Institute of Environment […]
In my last post, I mentioned a video of a capybara that frequented a restaurant in Brazil. I saw it about a year ago, but hadn’t been able to find […]