Capybaras are native to South America. They live in savannas and dense rain forests near ponds, rivers or lakes. They are highly social animals and typically live in groups of 10 to 20, although some live in groups as la... More »

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Capybaras eat grasses, aquatic plants, melons and squashes. They are herbivores and live in the water. More »

Opossums, deer, boars and jaguars are all animals found in Uruguay. Common animals include rats, mice, squirrels and vipers. Rodents such as capybaras, coypu and chinchillas also live in Uruguay. More »

According to "National Geographic" magazine, the natural habitat of the three-toed sloth is the rainforests of Central and South America. Their range extends from southern Mexico to central Brazil, though they are most h... More »

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Capybaras eat grasses, aquatic plants, melons and squashes. They are herbivores and live in the water. More »

Ocelots are a species of wild cat that inhabit rainforests and brushland from the extreme southwestern United States into most of the northern half of South America. They can grow to be over four feet long, can weigh up ... More »

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Sloths live in the rainforests of Central and South America. Two species of sloth live there today: the two-toed sloth and the three-toed sloth. More »