Capybaras are one of the cutest animals ever, with fuzzy bodies and rabbit-like features. It’s like a mix between a pig and a mouse! It’s not only humans who think capybaras are awesome, however, as all sorts of animals also seem to love hanging out with them for the strangest reasons. Keep on reading to find out more…

20. Just Hanging Out!

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All sorts of small animals seem to love hanging out with capybaras. As you can see, these turtles and ducks are having a great time hanging around this capybara. You won’t believe which other animals like hanging out with capybaras……

19. I thought, I thought I saw a pussycat!

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Here you can see a capybara that seems to have become friends with this little cat. They make a cute pair of besties, don’t they? Cats aren’t the limit of who capybaras can become friends with. Check out a capybara doing something incredibly cute with another animal on the next slide…

18. Sleepytime with the Bunny Rabbit!

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Looks like both this capybara and this rabbit were feeling sleepy at the same time. They look incredibly cute sleeping together, muzzled up. Now the next slide has an extra special range of animals for you to see…..

17. Animal-Magnetism!

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You can see many different animals cuddling up close to capybaras and having an absolutely great time. From dogs hanging out with a capybara, to a cute little mouse having a bath with one. Keep on reading to find out why all other animals seem to love capybaras…

16. Tweety-Bird!

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There is actually quite an interesting reason as to why birds are attracted to capybaras. What happens is that birds like to eat all the little bits and pieces, and all the parasites that get on a capybara’s body. In return, the capybara get s a good cleaning. This turns out good for both the capybara and the birds. And these aren’t the only birds that hang out on capybaras. Keep reading to find out more…

15. Even a hen!

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This little chick seems to love being on the back of this cute little capybara. I guess it thinks that it has a personal massage chair, just for itself. But birds aren’t the only animals who like capybaras.

14. Lets all just chill out…

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There are lots of reasons for animals liking capybaras so much. One of the reasons is because of how chilled out the capybara is. They really don’t care what you do around or on them as long as it doesn’t hurt them or their kids. That’s why you’ll see monkeys and small mammals and sometimes even predators like crocodiles hanging out with them (as you can see a few slides later.)

But that’s not the only reason animals hang around capybaras…

13. Zoo-Time!

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Zoos like to put capybaras with other animals due to how friendly and calm the capybaras are, and so these other animals quickly become friends with the capybara. There is another reason, however, for animals liking capybaras……

12. Safety Drill!

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Capybaras don’t just look after themselves, but also other animals around them. Whenever a predator is nearby, capybaras will give a warning to smaller animals so that they can run and hide. You can see how much these smaller animals appreciate this in the upcoming slides…

11. Woof Woof!

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Here you can see a cute little Boston Terrier up close with a capybara for the first time, and he seems to be having a great time. However, it’s not only animals who like capybaras.

10. Hoomans!

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Melanie Typaldos and her husband, Rochard Loveman, own this capybara named Gary, and they love him to pieces, proving that even humans aren’t immune to the charm of these lovable creatures. Check out what else he does with his owners…

9. Time for a swim!

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Richard and Melanie’s daughter Coral, is having a swim with Gary the Capybara. He seems to be enjoying himself a lot, acting like a total diva! This shows how much this family loves their pet, Gary. These people aren’t the only ones who like capybaras though.

8. Flashback!

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That dog you saw earlier also belongs to Melanie and Richard! His name is Juju and he is best friends with Gary, the capybara. I bet you didnt expect that! There are many more unexpected things coming up, so keep on reading…..

7. Another Reason!

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Capybaras tend to do a lot of moving around, and some smaller animals climb on to them to get around. This results with capybaras basically becoming the Ubers of the animal kingdom. No wonder they are so popular. Keep reading to find out more about their popularity…

6. Hi, I’m your Uber!

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Here you can see a capybara getting set to give this meerkat a piggyback ride. Looks like capybaras are the nicest guys in the animals kingdom. As you can see in the some of the next slides…

5. Not just small animals!

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This ant-eater is bigger than the capybara, yet they are still hanging out together, showing that it’s not only smaller animals who like capybaras. Let’s check in on another big animal, chilling with a capybara…

4. Red-Nosed!

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Here a capybara is having some fun with this deer, at a zoo. Looks like they are having a lot of fun, as seen by the huge smile on the deer’s face. Let’s see who else likes the capybaras…

3. Magnificent Ride!

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This duck is looking quite majestic upon this capybara, who is looking even more majestic. This pair of friends seem to be a pair of total divas, showing off themselves in this way. This next capybara is nowhere near as majestic but is a lot cuter…

2. Im feeling sleepy!

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Looks like this tortoise was feeling sleepy, and so was this capybara! The capybara seems to have fallen asleep on top of the tortoise! But in the end, capybaras are the most social with one other type of animal…

1. Me, Myself and I!

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In the end, capybaras have more fun with other capybaras. Look at these two, look how happy they are. In the end, the capybara is a friend to everyone. Let’s all hope we can one day be as friendly as capybaras.

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