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 […]
Dobby’s second book is all fiction. I make no attempt to reflect his life as we knew it. Suddenly he is a prince, a farmer, an inventor, and a doofus. […]
The temperatures dipped below 12f degrees (-11c) for two nights and then 15f. Tonight is a balmy 28f, but the snow is supposed to start again tomorrow, before the big […]
It won’t surprise you to learn that my home is full of capybara memorabilia. Capybara artifacts are difficult to find, even in South America, where the animals are common, like […]
Here it is! Remember to pick a charity! Looking for the eBook? October 23, 2017 update Where, indeed? It’s coming, but so is Halloween! When it’s available, there will be […]
Once people learn about capybaras I find they are either intrigued or repelled. Among the intrigued, there are always a few who are tempted to have their own pet capybara. […]
Capybaras are grazing animals, like deer. In their natural habitat, they eat grass, water plants, grass, a few small shrubs, and more grass. Sometimes they sneak onto farms and steal […]
Beavers deserve a lot more respect than they usually get. I suspect the rodent thing works against them, as usual. The tail is ridiculous, there’s no doubt about that. They […]
Dobby has left the Principality, damaged his roadster, and is visiting at his friend Gari ‘s beachfront villa. Visions of Sylvia return with increased frequency.
I respectfully submit Part Ten with confidence that I will finish writing the story. If I posted all these parts with no ending in sight, I would be forced to […]
Japanese people are enamored of capybaras. Well, isn’t everyone? Of course we are. For some reason, here in the USA, we stop short of displaying them in cafes as entertainment.
Get yourself a snack, make yourself comfortable. This is worth every minute. Kid friendly, but be prepared to talk to them about mechanical engineering and the merits of going to […]
If you believe the internet memes, capybaras are chill and get along with every other species on the planet. It’s not true, of course. Capybaras are prey animals- bottom of […]
Tapirs occupy the same habitat as capybaras. So why did tapirs get all the dramatic coloring and capybaras are just plain brown?
Prince Dobalob falls in love, nearly wrecks a restaurant, and gets extremely pouffy.
Here’s another great article from South America showing that capybaras are well positioned to take over the world.