they survive because of the rodents iteats in the wild
in the ground
chinchillas eat fruits and vegetables they are scavengers
In the wild chinchillas eat fruits, plants, seeds, insects and sometimes tree bark.
Yes they can:)
Wild chinchillas are rare but not endangered, many chinchillas are raised in Chinchilla farms and the species is not in danger of extinction.
They eat any sort of wild berrys. Remembers, Chinchillas are herbavores
In the wild chinchillas live in south America but,some people prefer to keep them as pets.
Yes. There is an organization called Save the Wild Chinchillas. The web address is: www.wildchinchillas.org/
A domestic rabbit may be able to survive in the wild for a short period of time. But generally no they cannot survive the wild. They do not have the instincts needed. They do not know how to escape predators or survive winters. A domestic rabbit would not last too long in the wild.
chinchillas are pregnant for about 111 days.
In captivity, their longevity can be as long as 15 years, though in the wild they typically do not survive past 5 years of age.
We have a chinchilla and he is not like oher chinchillas he hates other chinchillas and loves food he lived in a shed but we rescued him I don't really understand what you mean by adapt i only know what's it's like in a home not the wild because most chinchillas get eaten in the wild and live in the ground
Yes, a domesticated hamster may survive in the wild, however, they may not survive for long. You see, domestic hamsters, or any domestic animal in that matter, do not have the necessary instincts and survival skills that they need in order to survive in the wild.
in the wild Chile domedticly pet stores
most cannot survive long. the average life of a camel is 7 weeks
Usually not long, as domestic rabbits lack the instincts to survive predators in the wild like wild rabbits do. It really depends on the breed as they are different sizes, shapes and some are born with natural instinct.
Chinchillas are native to south america. They are not naturally found anywhere esle unless someone releases a pet.
About 6 in capitivity but 3 to 4 if in wild
yes. chinchillas were highly endangered in the 1900's but now they arent so rare. wild chinchillas are endangered a little i think. but now they have chinchillas in some pet stores so they cant bt TOO endangered!
Of course. Koalas are wild animals, and they survive independently in the wild.
Mainly in the mountains of Chile in S. America.
They live in South America, primarily in the Andes.
As long as they can find food and get away from predators it should survive.