Capybaras Are Chill With Everyone

Why do other animals like capybaras so much? The photo evidence of capybara friendliness is more than convincing. Every animal seems to like hanging out with this friendly creature. Even crocodiles! The answer? We don’t know… If you do, let us know in the comments!

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

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Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

Capybaras are chill with everyone.

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  1. Anonymous August 20, 2019

    Eclectically loved because he’s not a preening fashion bitch, and has a slow metabolism that doesn’t spook the cattle.

  2. Anonymous August 20, 2019

    Maybe because they’re just chill and adorable?!

  3. Anonymous August 20, 2019

    Wow. This is a popular beast!

  4. Anonymous August 20, 2019

    They always look stoned.

  5. Anonymous August 20, 2019

    Must be their aftershave.

  6. Anonymous August 20, 2019

    Every one thinks she is a pillow

  7. Anonymous August 20, 2019

    Because they were invented by Beatrix Potter

  8. Anonymous August 20, 2019

    Capybara 2020

  9. Al-nonymous August 21, 2019

    Everyone loves The Princess Bride! These Brazilian bundles of cuddly cuteness are a real life example of the rodents of unusual size. How could one NOT love a capybara???

  10. Anonymous August 21, 2019

    They’re the world’s biggest rodent and they’re totally chill, duh.

  11. Anonymous August 21, 2019

    They exude waves of peace, love and harmony.

  12. Anonymous August 21, 2019

    This is a food group in Peru.

  13. Suzanne August 21, 2019

    Maybe they smell good?

  14. Anonymous August 23, 2019

    I had one on my lap once at work… At a petting zoo for the Central American refugee kids I work with. She was heavy for sure, and big, but it was a wonderful experience!

  15. Anonymous August 25, 2019

    Regarding the croc (assuming the pic is real), could be that the croc just ate. Just a thought….

  16. Anonymous August 28, 2019

    Let’s be capybaras!

  17. D. September 3, 2019

    The comment that says they exude waves of peace love and harmony is true and likewise the slow metabolism, they are the sages of the animal world.

  18. Anonymous November 25, 2019

    so could you keep one at home?

  19. Anonymous November 25, 2019

    They are actually bolsters disguised as furry animals and lull you to calm and blissful states…

  20. Anonymous November 25, 2019

    They are vegetarian so no threat, and maybe they are very warm…..

  21. Julia November 26, 2019

    Maybe they are bi-lingual or multi lingual and can communicate with other animals ๐Ÿ˜‚

  22. Anonymous November 26, 2019

    I think it gives off heat hence the tortoise love in. Some of the monkeys seem to use it like a hot water bottle. Cooling itself off in drinking water tubs.

  23. Anonymous November 26, 2019

    Looks alot like God’s love toward humanity & all his creation bundled up in this furry creature.
    These pics are priceless.

  24. Bugs November 27, 2019

    Taste like chicken ?

  25. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    I think itโ€™s because they are all animals in one…

  26. Anonymous November 27, 2019

    Genuine love, warmth, contentment, without a trace of fear.

  27. PAX November 29, 2019

    They are living God’s grace

  28. Paul December 3, 2019

    Perhaps they emit an attractive and calming scent.
    Sort of the opposite of what the crested rat does. Anyone who has gone near one feels the need to be somewhere else. In an area of Africa where most mammals and rodents are eaten, no one touches the crested rat. American zoos have had them from time to time, but seem to have no interest in keeping them.

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