Because capybaras are a low-profile attraction, zoos are notoriously slow to report any change of status regarding the capybaras on exhibit. I depend upon you to help keep my information […]
The Japanese zoos are spoiling their capybaras again! Suddenly my capybara news feed is full of watermelons!
Everyone knows that capybaras come from South America. Did you know that the elite class of capybaras come from Japan? They live in zoos, and every winter solstice they are […]
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 […]
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 […]
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!
Capybaras are gaining in popularity and zoos are finally discovering that people enjoy seeing them. I frequently set aside zoo announcements I stumble upon, but it’s time to clean house.
Capybaras swim. Lots of rodents swim: beavers, muskrats, nutria, even rats. Wild ones swim, of course. They live in or near water. What about captive capybaras, though? Where do they […]
Capybara videos circulate constantly. I stash them aside, hoping I’ll find a use for them, and finally trash them. Let’s clean out that folder right now. Here are three videos […]