Recent Examples of capybara from the Web
Finally, one capybara was captured on June 12, the second on June 28.
Last May, two then-unnamed capybaras escaped from a local Toronto zoo situated in High Park.
And the world's largest rodent, the capybara, is the perfect entree.
The number of animal species has more than doubled and now includes a mix of monkeys, owls, sandpipers, egrets, crocodile-like caimans and capybaras, the world’s largest rodent.
In some places, up to 98 percent of caimans are suspected dead, and 80 percent of the capybara population has died.
Once in the water, a capybara can keep its entire body submerged, exposing just its eyes and nostrils.
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Origin and Etymology of capybara
First Known Use: 1774See Words from the same year
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