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1 Capybara’s by Taylor Links

2 There are five different groups of animals with vertebrates.
These classifications are: Mammals Fish Reptiles Birds and Amphibians

3 My animal’s classification
The Capybara is classified as a mammal because it’s warm-blooded, it has fur, and they have lungs. It is a very big rodent. It weighs about 100 pounds.

4 My animal’s classification
The Capybara is classified as a mammal because capybaras have live births. The moms feed their babies with the mother’s milk.

5 Appearance The capybara’s size is they may grow up to be about 130 centimeters in length. That is about 4.3 feet long. They’re the size of a big lunch cooler A capybaras fur is brownish red.

6 Behavior and Social Habitats
A Capybara acts like a cute baby dog. Capybaras live in grassy areas in the rain forests. They like shady areas and live in the northern part of South America. Did you know Capybaras can weigh up to 180 pounds.

7 Behavior and Social Habitats.
A daddy Capybara is as wild as a wild dog. A dad Capybara picks out a good safe home for its younglings. Adult capybaras are about as long as a 2 year old.

8 Habitats A capybara lives on the rainforest floor to find food. A capybara eats grass, flowers, and plants. Capybaras eat for an hour.

9 Interesting facts. A Capybara has 4 toes in the front and 3 in the back. Capybaras only have 2 buck teeth like beavers. Capybaras swim well.

10 Ending Capybaras are like pigs, but cuter. Thanks for seeing my power point by Taylor Links.

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