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It looks like they may be "removing" bugs from the back, where the tormented Capybara cannot reach them. TEAMWORK!  (and a Free Lunch).

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@RedBaird we have a lot of them here... if you want one, i cant send to you looool.......... we call CAPIVARA ... hahhhahaha, so, is a big rat or mouse, they like to live around the litle rives and lagoon... but they have a serius and dangerous problem. They are hosped the malefic parasiti "star bug" carrapto estrela, can be mortal.... 

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13 hours ago, Daddy said:

@RedBaird we have a lot of them here... if you want one, i cant send to you looool.......... we call CAPIVARA ... hahhhahaha, so, is a big rat or mouse, they like to live around the litle rives and lagoon... but they have a serius and dangerous problem. They are hosped the malefic parasiti "star bug" carrapto estrela, can be mortal.... 

 

I didn't know that about the "star bug"! :o 

 

I did know this, though:

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Capybaras May Become Florida's Next Invasive Species


By Sean BreslinAugust 22, 2016


They were the darlings of the Rio Olympics golf competition: large, fuzzy rodents known as capybaras that wandered the course for days.

 

It seems that some were "accidentally released" in 2000.  

 

Searching for this, I found many searches from the USA about how to get one as a pet! 😮 

 

The US state of Florida is especially hard-hit by "invasive species".  Some become invaders when their owners get tired of such exotic pets and release them into the wild, where they can overwhelm native species.

 

Some of the Invasive Species include Burmese Pythons, Argentine  Tegu and Anacondas! 

 

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2 hours ago, Daddy said:

Oh, the bugs is below: its very danger and mortal...

 

Thanks, Daddy!  I had just done a Google search for [ Brazil "star bug" ] and got US-centered responses.

 

Then I tried [ "star bug" insect in Brazil ] and things got even stranger!  

 

Now, with your Very Helpful, post, I can find the correct information.  

 

I should mention that that first search term had also found a couple of Porn-site items, with "search/gay/porn+star+bug" in their addresses.  That was about a Gay Brazilian! I swear that I did not use Gay nor Porn in the search terms!  Google must have been getting desperate! 😄 

 

 

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