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Why are animals so friendly to capybaras?

Why are animals so friendly to capybaras?

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Asked by F.William, Last updated: May 27, 2020

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I. Woods

I. Woods

Answered Mar 18, 2020

It seems that there are a lot of animals that just love hanging out with the capybaras for whatever reason. The capybaras are known to be an animal that just loves to hang out with different animals because they also have varying habitats. The capybaras have the tendency to become very relaxed. They will not make any effort to make other animals comfortable. You will see different animals hanging around them because the other animals do not feel intimidated by their presence. There are also other animals that will gain some benefits when they are close to the capybaras. For example, there are some animals that will have the ability to eat insects that can be found on the fur of the capybaras.
 

D. Peter

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D. Peter, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Mexico

Answered Mar 16, 2020

Animals are friendly to Capybaras because they are social animals. They enjoy interaction and Capybaras tend to be peaceful and free. These animals live in grounds of 10-20 and can expand up to 100. Capybaras tend to be more friendly towards people that are in their habitat. They are rodents and they are the biggest rodents in the world. Along with being the biggest rodent, they are aquatic with their main predators being Puma, Eagles, Jaguars, and Ocelots. Because these animals are their predators, Capybaras resort to dim waters to stay away from them. It is imperative for them to be around water to survive.
 

D. Peter

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D. Peter, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Mexico

Answered Mar 12, 2020

Some people say that there must be something about the capybaras that can make other animals feel that it is special. This is not one of the animals that other animals also hunt and kill. A lot of animals also treat people with respect. This animal is actually a part of the rodent family. It is known to be very nice.

It has the tendency to work symbiotically in the surrounding where they are located. One thing about the capybaras that you will notice is that they are very friendly towards the other animals wherein they live. In turn, animals that are living in the area will be friendly towards them too.

 

M. Parker

M. Parker, Internet Researcher, Houston

Answered Oct 17, 2018

It's not that other animals are friendly to Capybaras, it is mainly because Capybaras are highly social, free and peaceful animals. Capybaras are friendly towards all animals in their habitat. This giant rodent bond easily with large variety of animals. They do not care about what happens around unless it's going to hurt them.

Capybaras are native live in groups of 10 - 20 and move in groups of up to 100. They are semi aquatic. Their major predators are Jaguars, Eagles, Ocelots and Puma.

Their gentle nature attracts many animals. Capybaras are mostly spotted with birds cause the birds eat insect and bugs off Capybaras.

 

C. Reyes

C. Reyes

Answered May 15, 2018

Capybaras are exceptionally social animals who frequently live in groups of 10-20. This adorable creature is the biggest rodent on the planet, developing to a size of up to 134cm and weighing up to 66kg. Local to South America, capybara's are semi-aquatic warm blooded animals that want to live close waterways; indeed, they are brilliant swimmers, can keep away from predators by remaining submerged for up to 5 minutes, and just mate in water.

A consistent source of water is imperative to capybaras, who withdraw into dim waters to escape from predators like panthers, boa constrictors, caimans, jaguars, ocelots, and nag hawks.

 

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