What Does a Chinchilla Look like?

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Chinchilla's look a lot like their cousin, the mouse. They often weigh about 1 1/2 pounds and measure about 11 inches long. Their fur is very soft and usually a blue-grey in color. They have small ears and a long tail. Chinchillas can often make good pets.
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A chinchilla looks like a very soft, rounded, fluffy squirrel-like animal. They can come ina variety of colors, from white, tan, beige, black, and mottled or "mosaic" (patches
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Chinchillas are rabbit-sized, rodents native to the Andes mountains in South
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If your chinchilla's fur is uneven and choppy looking, chances are your chinchilla is chewing it. This is a sign your chinchilla is stressed. Fur chewing is for the most part thought
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Chinchilla
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family: Chinchillidae Genus: Chinchilla
Chinchillas are South American rodents of the genus Chinchilla. There are only 2 species of chinchilla, though the viscachas of genera Lagidum and Lagostomus are similar and grouped into the same family, namely Chinchillidae.
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