Largest Rodent?


The largest rodent to ever live in the whole world is called capybara. It is found in the Americas particularly in Peru and Colombia. It can grow to a length of about 1.2 m and weighs up to 100 kilograms. It has webbed feet without a tail.
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Order Rodentia
The single largest group of mammals is the Rodentia. Most non-flying mammals are rodents: there are about 1,500 living rodent species (out of about 4,000 living mammals overall). Most people are familiar with mice, rats, hamsters, and... More >>
Capybara is the largest rodent ad it can be found from the Panama Canal down to Argentina. Adult capybaras may grow to 130 centimetres in length, and weigh up to 65 kg (140 lb).
The largest rodent on record is actually the Capybara. These overgrown Guinea Pigs are HUGE. They look like a radioactive experiment gone horribly wrong. You would need one heck of a mousetrap to get one of these buggers. You can find more information here: http://www. offbeatearth. com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/capybara. jpg
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: Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris)
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The Capybara is the largest living rodent in the world. Adult capybaras can grow to 130 centimeters!
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