Why Do Other Animals Like Capybaras So Much?

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Many humans think of capybaras as nothing more than overgrown rodents or some sort of rat-pig hybrid, but apparently all the other animals in the world see capybaras as cuddly companions.

They all want to snuggle up on the lazy rodents and inhale their mellow vibe like second hand smoke, losing all fear and all track of time while they lapse into a capy-induced coma.

Capybara cool is so potent, in fact, that it can even make a predator meathead chill enough to hang out with, now that's some mighty mojo!

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If these pics aren't proof enough of how much all kinds of animals adore capybaras Google their name and you'll find this image:

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That's basically a rat large enough to eat a cat and yet kitties aren't afraid- because capybaras are the living embodiment of catnip.

-Via Cheezburger

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This must be the truth. I delivered pizza when I was a University student, and even the most aggressive dogs seemed to be compliant in my presence. I mused that it was because I smelled of pepperoni and cheese.
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