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>>2892887
and why is the advice given always "just chill my dude"?
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>>2892887
Capybaras, sages of the animal world.
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I'm genuinely curious if these types ofnpics are just anecdotycal or if it's really true that capuvaras are loved by everyone.
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>>2892943
>countless pics of capybaras chilling with other animals of a wide variety of species
>anecdotal
they radiate positive vibes man. even the caiman gets his chill on with the capy
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>>2892887
That aligator is probably full
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>>2892887
Pheremones
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>>2892887
Because they tend to have very nice temperament and radiate an aura of peace and tranquility.
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>>2893165
PONYED.COM
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>>2893169
What do you mean?
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>>2892887
Aren't capybaras, Anaconda's favourite meal?
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>>2893084
>>countless pics of capybaras chilling with other animals of a wide variety of species
>>anecdotal
Yep, that's literally what anecdotal means. Good job bro
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>>2893167
Anteaters are just so weird and alien
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>>2892887
For they are beings of light that have transcended this reality and have moved to the planes of existence beyond our fever-dreams. The physical husk remains on Earth and can be trusted with you deepest secrets and questions.
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>>2892887
Even if the gator doesn't want to eat the capybara, why doesn't the caubara run away?
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That is NOT normal.
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>>2894837
yeah how does he do it
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Capybaras go with everything

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGw8DWctAts
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>>2893178
He means the hairy water pig is getting fucked
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>>2893155
>capybaras can only shit when they sit in water
>strategically practical mini pool

>unsuspecting dog buddy comes along and sits to his friend right in the BROWN WATER
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>>2892887
>even crocs want to chill with chadpybaras
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>>2895108
do you think the dogs think it's just a really weird dog?
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Post more chill animals
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Rodents normally spec for high int, perception and great reflexes from the paranoia trait. Why did Capybaras spec to be so chill?
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>>2895692
They put all their points on strength failing to realise the rodent strength size stat is too low to get anything meaningful out of maxing it
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>>2895696
>strength size stat
strength base stat
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Do we actually know why they act like this? And also, why other animals tolerate them?
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I want to hug a capybara
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>>2895753
see, it's also working its magic on humans it seems. REMOTELY THROUGH PIXELS.
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>>2895690
Wisdom rabbit
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>>2895101
>I must go my people need me
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>>2895122
>border collies
no, nothing gets past them, least of all c*pybara tricks
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And they say dolphins are one of the friendliest creatures out there... What if a Capybara and dolphin were to somehow breed, would we have a species that would even surpass mankind and even rule the entire animal kingdom?
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>>2894885
Why is there a headless duck to the right of that guy?
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>>2896418
that one refused to take the advice.
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>>2895047
>unsuspecting dog
Dogs can smell poop from miles away. It's probably why it's there.
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>>2896411
>rape torpedos
>friendliest creatures out there
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>>2896890
Rape is just being friendly but without consent
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I want to see an owl and capy chill together...
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Why we dont keep these as pets? Imagine a neighborhood where everyone walks their capybaras instead of dogs
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>>2892887
So do these animals actually fight? Like do they have preditors and shit. I mean they have too right?
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>>2897035
as far as I can tell these are more supernatural deities gracing the earth with their presence than animals.
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>>2897011
They need large pools to swim and shit in. Also if you've ever had a rabbit or some rodent you'd know how destructive they are. So imagine that times a hundred and you've got a capybara
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>>2894819
Yes
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>>2897035
They're the green anacondas favorite treat, but I don't think they really put up a fight.
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Capybaras get raped by Jaguars
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>>2899565
that's how you attract bad luck.
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>>2897168
Imagine a capibara communal pool. Like walking the dog, instead you get in the boat and capibara swims alongside you on a leash.
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>>2897011
>>2897168

A brazilian anon once also mentioned something about water parasites capybaras are carrying around, so perhaps not that much of an ideal pet.
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>>2899662
All animals carry parasites, that's what modern medicine is for. I'm sure something can be developed to delouse them or whatever it is they carry.
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Does any anon in this board even has this rodent as a pet?
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>>2897035
>>2899551
Capybaras have large incisors like all rodents. They can cause significant damage to an anaconda. IIRC in the Nat Geo doc Land of the Anaconda you get a glimpse of a snake wounded by a capybara.
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>>2899662
Huefag here, they carry fleas that can carry some nasty diseases.
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>>2892887
Because roborovskis wont slow the fuck down to talk to.
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Man forget the platypus now I want to cuddle a capy
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>>2893485
most anacondas reject their message
they hate capybaras because they tell them the truth
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>>2892887
*spreads spotted fever*
nothing personel kid
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>>2896909
>what’s eating Gilbert grape.gif
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>>2895101
Wholesome asf
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>>2900121
Yeah and you can Google anaconda eats capybara and get full frontal of what happens most of the time.
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You never see a capybara with a pitbull. Why is that?
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>>2901458
Some creatures are just naturally opposed to goodness
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>>2901491
This would have worked out better if the Capybaras used their special technique of synergy. That goose can't fend of two or three at once, not the wisest play there!
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>>2901491
what a fucking ass.
you don't act like this near a capybara.
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>>2901162
They and jaguars care not for the message of the capybara. In the end all they are willing to acknowledge is the law of nature that states cats and snakes must devour rodents even when all three parties are super sized.
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>>2892943
Everybody loves them for different reasons.
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>>2900154
Hue too here. The main problem are ticks because they spread this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocky_Mountain_spotted_fever
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>>2899655
You know how people pee on the pool? Capybaras also shit in the water.
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>>2901732
Are those people trying to get a photo where it looks like the animals are kissing?
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>>2901491
the chad swan
the virgin capybara
>>2901732
the chad capybara
the vigin tortoise
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>>2901859
very funny epik xDDD
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>>2901967
give me an upvote or I'll report you for cyberbullying
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>>2901859
The tortoise isn't a virgin anymore, though.
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Capybaras?
More like capy-broh-ras
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>>2902274
you almost killed the thread with that one
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>>2892887
Their meat is delicious.
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>>2892887
dude my fucking cat hangs out with this one in my backyard all the time.
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>>2896418
Why not
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>>2893178
such innocence
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>>2896411
dolphins kill for fun and rape other species
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>>2902941
CAPYBARA'D
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>>2895108
Poor dude has a hurt foot.
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>>2901732
That tortoise has a really fucked up shell, poor dude.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7xyoPqYkYM
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>>2899566
This, I heard that jaguar really got fucked on his taxes that year
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Despite Capys being obviously rad they have clear limitations as a domestic pet as others have pointed out.

Solution? Guinea pig selective breeding program. Think about it - an international breeding program focused on size, leg length and temperament (chill af), we could see some serious gains in just 10 years. With the program split across the world, there would be enough separate bloodlines to avoid congenital deformities taking hold as well.

Who's in? Who wants to create the master race of pets?
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>>2909607
i can see a couple of problems with that. History has showed us that focusing selective breeding based on looks will just make people scream OMG SO CUTE TINY LEGS AND FLAT FACE. If we were to start making pet capys we'll need to focus on specific traits like being lazy and not getting so fat or faster swimmers ignoring color patterns and stuff.
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Capybaras are capricious
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>>2910909
heh
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>>2895108
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tell me about capybaras

why are they so chill
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bump
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>>2899565
he looks so powerful...
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>>2896267
Kek
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>>2914716
They are. That kind of power infatuated south and mesoamerican cultures. Cool animals
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>>2903129
Not cool...
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Why people have taken capybaras over the world? It is a common animal here in Brazil, but why anyone would like them in their nature?



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