Bubu the Chinchilla

Bubu the Chinchilla

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My exact words upon seeing this, "It's a Chinchilla!  I have one of those!"

My exact words upon seeing this, "It's a Chinchilla! I have one of those!"

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Baby Chinchillas,   shame on people who kill these precious animals for fur coats to be worn by creeps like the kardasians and justin beeber, spoiled rich people who have no moral compasses!!!!

Baby Chinchillas, shame on people who kill these precious animals for fur coats to be worn by creeps like the kardasians and justin beeber, spoiled rich people who have no moral compasses!!!!

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That cage is definitely not wide enough for a chinchilla and I'm not sure what wood it is made of, but has some good ideas

That cage is definitely not wide enough for a chinchilla and I'm not sure what wood it is made of, but has some good ideas

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Chinchilla snapshot                                                                                                                                                     More

Chinchilla snapshot More

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This chinchilla doing human things is so freaking adorable

This chinchilla doing human things is so freaking adorable

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Cage Accessories - Whimsy's Menagerie & Chinchilla Rescue

Cage Accessories - Whimsy's Menagerie & Chinchilla Rescue

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Chinchilla mommy, and her two little ones.

Chinchilla mommy, and her two little ones.

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.

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Chinchilla, animal, and white image

Chinchilla, animal, and white image

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