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Bubu the Chinchilla

Bubu the Chinchilla

Awww Chinchilla babies. Magnificent!  Use #dailychinchillas to be featured!  Credits to:  @mundodoschinchilas

Awww Chinchilla babies. Magnificent! Use #dailychinchillas to be featured! Credits to: @mundodoschinchilas

I'm not a rodent fan... but I am sooo obsessed with chinchillas right now. Are they not the cutest little fluffys!

I'm not a rodent fan... but I am sooo obsessed with chinchillas right now. Are they not the cutest little fluffys!

Chinchillas' butts are so round and fluffy, they look unreal. - Album on Imgur

Chinchillas' butts are so round and fluffy, they look unreal.

Chinchillas' butts are so round and fluffy, they look unreal. - Album on Imgur

My exact words upon seeing this, "It's a Chinchilla!  I have one of those!"It's eating a dorito.... Omg it is so cute....... ^_^

Here is a collection of my favorite internet animals

My exact words upon seeing this, "It's a Chinchilla! I have one of those!"It's eating a dorito.... Omg it is so cute....... ^_^

Exceptional Violet CCCU Royal Persian Angora Male Chinchilla

Exceptional Violet CCCU Royal Persian Angora Male Chinchilla

Chinchillas are crepuscular rodents, slightly larger and more robust than squirrels. Native to South America’s Andes mountains, they are named after the Chincha people of that region. They once lived in parts of Bolivia, Peru, Argentina and Chile, but by 1900, they had become quite rare due to hunting. Currently, most chinchillas used by the fur industry are farm-raised. Due to (now illegal) hunting, they are critically endangered with a population loss of 90% in the last 15 years.

Chinchillas are crepuscular rodents, slightly larger and more robust than squirrels. Native to South America’s Andes mountains, they are named after the Chincha people of that region. They once lived in parts of Bolivia, Peru, Argentina and Chile, but by 1900, they had become quite rare due to hunting. Currently, most chinchillas used by the fur industry are farm-raised. Due to (now illegal) hunting, they are critically endangered with a population loss of 90% in the last 15 years.

Chinchilla, animal, and white image

Chinchilla, animal, and white image

It's true!  --- Chucking the chins of chinchillas causes cheer both to the chinchilla and the chucker!

It's true! --- Chucking the chins of chinchillas causes cheer both to the chinchilla and the chucker!

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