There are so many awesome blogs out there. Over the coming weeks I thought I would plug some of my favorites.
Do you know a blog that dazzles you? Let me know in the comments!
As longtime readers of this blog know, I am very pro rodent (prodent). So it should come as no surprise that I am a big fan of the capybara.
A native of South America, capybaras are the world largest rodents, sometimes reaching 100 lbs. or more. And, by golly, they are cuuuute!
CapybaraWorld, however, isn’t a “Look-At-This-Super-Cute-Animal!” blog; it’s much more. The site takes great care to explore the complex social dynamics of these beautiful and intelligent creatures.
And, yes, there are also plenty of super-cute photos that’ll make you scream “I want one!” So there’s that, too.
26 Replies to “Rebloggy Friday Part 2: CapybaraWorld”
You’ll be happy to know I have been happily watching a chipmunk take most of my birdseed and store it in my basement. I’m hoping I can find it and recycle it next winter. 😀
Oddly, that does kinda make me happy!
Heylookawriterfellow is one of my favs…
Also like https://mnghostt.wordpress.com/2018/05/18/just-so-you-know-76/ <—he's pretty interesting too.
And thanks for the recommendation, Boo. I’ll give him a look-see.
Thank you for introducing me to Capybara World. Indeed, this is truly an amazing rodent, and a shame they are not more popular!
Glad the blog interested you, Georgie.
It is my dream to someday pet a capybara.
Have never seen a Capybara before, but it looks like a combination between a ground hog and a beaver. Not a lover of rodents. Like your idea about reblogging. Don’t know if you know Darelene Foster, a Canadian author who moved to Spain. I love reading her blogs, because she’s a great photographer and shares her travels all over Spain and in Europe. https://darlenefoster.wordpress.com/
Capybaras aren’t like most rodents. I think you’ll be a fan before too long. (At least I hope so!)
I’ve never read Darelene Foster’s blog… but I will now! Thanks for the recommendation!
Ever since reading Bill Peet books as a kid, I have loved capybaras. They’ve made an appearance on my blog as well. I’ll have to check out this one, however. Thanks for the public service announcement!
I am a proud owner of Peet’s book Cappyboppy.
Here’s hoping you like CapybaraWorld!
Yes! And yes to the other as well!
Bill Peet brought my attention to the amazing-ness of capybaras as well.
Ok…totally cute! I want one!! But I would take a koala bear if I were to ever go to Australia! It is on my bucket list and I will at least hold one someday! I might even try to bring it home! LOL!!
We will never go to Australia, because if we do, I know my dear wife will kidnap a wombat.
Yeah… can totally see that! I need to check my friend’s luggage when she comes home this month to see if she smuggled one home! 😂
Personally, I could go for a quokka.
Cute but sort of rodenty, Mike. I think my cat would have a heart attack. Thanks for the intro to Capybara World!
You say “rodenty” as if that’s a bad thing.
Um… well… I did take a look at Capybara World, and they are kind of cute-ish.
And you say “cat heart attack” as if that’s a bad thing.
These are not bad things.
Ha ha ha. No not bad.
I just don’t want to have to vacuum up all the rodent hair from the couch.
Being relatively new here, I wondered if I would fit in and find my tribe. Capybara World?
You complete me!
And P.S. – I thought our woodchuck was cute?