Explore Unique Animals, Adorable Animals, and more!

25 Kidlit Portfolio Prompts: Farm Animals -

Capybara are the largest living rodents in the world. They can weight up to 145 pounds and can be found in many areas in zoos and parks. Though I'm sure it's not encouraged, some people.

Capybara & Puppy

Rocky Ridge Refuge is a magical place for animals in Midway, Arkansas. One of the many residents, this capybara named Cheesecake, also acts as a surrogate mom and an occasional babysitter when Mama Dogs need some "me" time.

swimming capybara

5 things you didn't know about capybaras

Look at These Adorable Baby Capybaras Via Belfast Zoo

Look at These Adorable Baby Capybaras

One of my very favorite animals; the capybara. This adorable little creature is the largest rodent in the world and, when full grown, will weigh as much as 150 pounds.  They love to be in water and do everything there. One of the most enjoyable times I've spent viewing animals was watching a brother and sister capybara frolic in their little pool. I laughed until I cried.

Keepers at Howletts Wild Animal Park near Canterbury, England were pleased to introduce a new litter of Capybara pups to the park recently. “Capybaras are the largest of the rodent species and have big bodies with short heads and shorter.

Baby Capybaras born in Cleveland Metroparks Zoo (click for more photos).  If you've ever seen a capybara, they look creepily like a giant, tailless rat-they ARE rodents, after all.

Just ten days ago, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo welcomed the birth of three baby Capybaras. The new babies bring the Zoo’s group of Capybaras up to six including mom Shoya, dad Budha, and another adult female, Bonita.


Sixteen little webbed feet in this littler of Capybara babies born at Brevard Zoo.

May sound crazy but the Capybara is my favorite rodent!

They're like giant guinea pigs! I want a capybara

Resultado de imagen de Capybara friends

Arkansas animal shelter Rocky Ridge Refuge took in a litter of Dachshund pups. The puppies were motherless, but the puppies found a mother in the shelter's resident capybara, Cheesecake, a member of the world’s largest species of rodent.