Capybaras

The capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) is the largest rodent on earth. It's slightly webbed feet show that this rodent lives near wetlands, rivers, and other shallow water. Find questions about the fascinating capybara here.

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How long does a capybara live?

The Average lifespan of a Capybara is only around 4 years. Though they can live upto 10 years, not many make it that far because they are the favorite food for Jaguars and Anacondas.

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Where is Trinidad?

Trinidad is part if the Caribbean.

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Trinidad is the larger of the two main islands of Trinidad & Tobago which is in the Caribbean Sea quite close to the northeastern coast of Venezuela on the northern edge of South America. It is off the coast at a point midway between Caracas, Venezuela and Georgetown, Guyana.

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What do capybaras eat?

They eat leaves and fruits and also plants from the bottom of rivers and lakes. Capybaras are strictly vegetarian, meaning they only eat vegetables. :D

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How do you hunt capybara in cabela's dangerous hunts 2009?

go back to the girl, but don't go all the way to her. on the hill before the girl move away from the girl, and turn around and go to the upper-left.

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Where in the food chain is the capybara?

They are prey species. Anaconda's, Alligators and Jaguars are the most common enemies of the Capybara. The Capybara is the favorite prey animal for Jaguars and Anaconda's. Though capybara's can live upto 10 years, not many make that far because of these predators.

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What layer of the rainforest do Capybaras live in?

Capybaras are in the rodent family, but they are not your typical rodent because they are so large in size. Capybaras live in the rainforest on the forest floor.

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What are ocean dwellers that birth live babies and nurse their young?

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What is a good name for a capybara?

I would say 'Cara' or 'Claire' or 'Clara'.

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How many babies can a capybara have?

Mother and three pups Capybara gestation is 130–150 days, and produces a litter of four capybaras young on average, but may produce between one and eight in a single litter. Birth is on land and the female rejoins the group within a few hours of delivering the newborn capybaras, which join the group as soon as they are mobile.

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How many babies does capybara have?

Female Capybara's give birth to live young ones. Female Capybaras are pregnant for around 150 days and at the end of gestation give birth to two to eight babies. The more usual number is 4 babies per litter.

Capybara's live in groups. All females of the group nurse and take care of the young ones in the family.

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What are capybara life span?

A capybara's life span can be 8 to 10 years, but the average is about 4 years in the wild because of predators (including men in some areas).

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What special adaptations does a capybara to keep it exceed in it environment?

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How Aggressive are Capybaras?

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Can you have a capybara as a pet in Illinois?

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What layer of the rainforest does the capybara?

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How fast does a capybara's heart beat?

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What sound do capybara's make?

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How much space does a capybara need?

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Where can you find capybara?

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Are capybaras herbivorse?

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Are capybaras legal in MD?

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Are capybaras thriving?

Yes, Capybara's are thriving.

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Is a capybara a carnavor herbavor or omnivor?

The capybara is a herbivore.

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How are young capybaras cared for?

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What is the life cycle of the capybara?

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