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Can I Get a Capybara as a Pet?

Can I Get a Capybara as a Pet?

Can I get a capybara as a pet? Yes and no. Capybaras are super cute creatures and are known as the largest rodent in the world. They can weigh up to around 140 pounds, sort of like a really huge guinea pig. Can I get a capybara as a pet? You have to consider things like the fact that they are semi – aquatic animals which means, you need to provide access to water so they can swim around. In this article you’ll...

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Where Do Capybaras Live?

Where Do Capybaras Live?

Where do capybaras live? These animals came from the east of the Andes around South America. Where do capybaras live in ponds, riverbanks, marshes or wherever there’s a natural water source available. Due to their dry skin, capybaras require a swimming hole to stay happy and healthy. In this article, you’ll learn where do capybaras live and other facts about them. Capybaras are Native to Brazil and Panama Where do...

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How to Care for Capybaras

How to Care for Capybaras

How to care for capybaras? They’re not really super high - maintenance pets. Capys are giant rodents that are affectionate to their owners and also to other animals – except predators, of course. How to care for capybaras are quite easy because they are sociable and smart pet though they have specific needs. Unfortunately, capys are not legal to own everywhere. In this article, you’ll learn how to care for...

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What is a Capybara?

What is a Capybara?

What is a capybara? This is what most newbie keepers ask. Is it a beaver? A different kind of pig? Nope, well sort of. A Capybara is the largest kind of rodent in the world. It’s height is around 60 centimeters or 2 feet. What is a Capybara? These animals are tall at the shoulder with a light and long shaggy hair that’s color brown. They have a face that’s similar to that of a beaver, they have slightly webbed feet...

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Capybara Pet Care Tips

Capybara Pet Care Tips

Capybara pet care is pretty similar to care for most types of rodent pets, such as guinea pigs, except from the fact that capybaras are significantly larger, which means they steps, methods and procedures are done on a larger scale. As with other animals, they have different Capybara pet care requirements to stay healthy and happy, from housing, feeding, socialization and health maintenance. Young ones require more...

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Capybara As House Pet, Training Your Capybara

Capybara As House Pet, Training Your Capybara

As with most exotic animals with oddly good natures, capybaras has been carried into the world of house pet trade and has been domesticated for quite some time. However, just because they’re now being kept as companion animals don’t necessarily means it’s a good idea for everyone. Different animals have different needs, and domesticating them means providing them their needs to live a healthy and happy life. Here...

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