Video of a capybara with ducklings on its back


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#2

I always assumed that capybara are the primary mode of transportation in the jungle.


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When dealing with difficult jungle terrain you’d be foolish to go with anything less than a heavy expanded mobility amphibious guinea pig, no? The light duty ones are ok for more modest requirements; but just don’t cut it for off-road work.


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clicks link

looks amused at pictures

They really are that chill, aren’t they?


#6

They’re like the Catbus of South America (except not hollow, Thank God)


#7

Thank god someone posted this… I needed it today.


#8

Unless it is a unruly male, then get the f :cat:ck out of the way.
Capybara Aggression « Capybara Madness


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Vet: Well Tick, your dog Speak is not really a dog. He is a capybara.

Tick: He’s a rodent!!!??!!??

Vet: World’s largest.


#10

And now I want a capybara.


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Just now? You didn’t want one instantly when you first saw one? Is your heart made of stone or something? Maybe you need to listen to more Shonen Knife:


#12

This is true for all people, really.


#13

The world would probably be a nicer place if we all listened to more Shonen Knife.


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http://www.amazon.com/Wild-Republic-Cuddlekin-Capybara-Plush/dp/B00705YRZC/ref=pd_rhf_se_s_cp_8?ie=UTF8&dpID=51lBhZfrmiL&dpSrc=sims&preST=SL500_SR116%2C135&refRID=0HFFQADWX0V21FEB356S

Amazon recommended this when i was looking something else up and the below after i clicked on the above link:

http://www.amazon.com/Happinet-NosuNosu-Capybara-san-15pcs/dp/B004GFQU8G/ref=pd_sim_sbs_21_3?ie=UTF8&dpID=41Rhi8df4SL&dpSrc=sims&preST=AC_UL320_SR292%2C320&refRID=1EMHJ45TWNN7BSYRHXGP


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In olden tymes knights errant would ride such mighty beastes into glorious battle.

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Damn it, I made this before reading the whole thread:


#17

I for one welcome our

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#18

I like the bit where it very slowly rolls to one side, like “and now… sitting on me is finished”


#19

Still totally worth it, though.


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