Information about the Capybara:
The Capybara is the largest rodent on the planet. They are most closely related to agouti, chinchillas, coyphillas, and guinea pigs. The range of this mammal covers much of the continent of South America (except in Chile). They are semi-aquatic animals who generally stay in areas near water, along with flooded rainforest and marshes adjacent to rivers. They are herbivores who feed mostly on grasses and aquatic plants, but will also eat tree bark and fruits. Capybaras are highly social animals, living in large packs with up to 60-70 individuals from various families. They are the largest rodents on earth, growing up to 3.51 to 4.40 feet (107 to 134 cm) in length, stand 20 to 25 inches tall at the withers (50 to 64 cm), and usually weigh 77 to 150 pounds (35 to 66 kg.) Females are slightly larger than the males. Despite their large size, the capybara is the prey of jaguar, puma, ocelots and even eagles.
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