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Capybara in the savannah, Pantanal, Brazil
Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) with a Chimango on his back, getting a manicure
Wild southern lapwing preening its feather next to a foraging giant pregnant capybara with little cattle tyrant cleaner cleaning and wiping off the insects and parasites on its furs at ibera wetlands.
Small little female shiny cowbird eating parasites off a giant sleeping capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris lying sideway on the ground at pantanal conservation area, brazil, close up static shot.
Capybara inside jungle beside a lake. Capybara eating grass in nature park with rever. wild life and animals. exotic wild animal in forest 4k.
Capybaras resting in the yard
Capybara Submerged Sleeping Resting with Head Above Water in Wetland
Group of four adult capybaras walking through the grass
Capybara  swimming in pond, Chiangmai Thailand
Capybara mother leading her son in the river, Pantanal Brazil
A large capybara grazing in a field
Closeup View Of Capybaras Bathing In The Hot Spring Water With Yuzu Fruits In Izu, Japan - Tele Shot
Capybara with Bird (Cattle tyrant)
Adorable Baby Capybara Wiggles Ears And Eats Straw
Capybara Sitting On The Grass Near A Small Lake
One Capybara Grazing On The Grass, Close-Up
4K video of Capybara in the water, Thailand.
Animated Cute pink Capybara walking over a blue background
Capybara standing and another one in the distance. The capybara sits down.
Capybara in the zoo park
Capybara Life. capybaras walking and swimming. Their pig-shaped bodies are adapted for life in bodies of water found in forests. native to South America. largest rodent in the world.
Capybara swimming in the water and eating grass on the shore of the lake.
Capybara  family   resting  on clay yard  , outdoor  Chiangmai Thailand
Closeup View Of Capybaras Munching Food In Slow Motion While Bathing In The Hot Spring Water In Izu, Japan - Tele Shot
Capybara  family  eating grass  , outdoor  Chiangmai Thailand
Capybara  family   resting  on clay yard  , outdoor  Chiangmai Thailand
Capybara with wattled jacana on it pecking. Pantanal, Brazil
Adorable Baby Capybara (hydrochoerus hydrochaeris)
capybara turns slow motion on jungle riverbank
Capybara is The largest rodent species in the world, Life in Bolivia, South America. The capybara is a giant cavy rodent native to South America. It is the largest living rodent in the world.
Capybara Breastfeeding Puppies
Capybara (Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris) family in nature.
Cute little cattle tyrant, machetornis rixosa perched and foraging on top of capybara, cleaning symbiosis, hunting horse-fly attempting to land on capybara at ibera wetlands, pantanal natural region.
Capybara  lays down in Chiangmai Thailand
Static low POV shot of lawn with capybaras eating. Time lapse
Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris)
Capybara with two Birds (Cattle tyrant)
Close up of Capybaras swimming in water, South Pantanal, Brazil.
The greater capybara, a giant cavy rodent native to South America
The greater capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris), close-up shot
A pregnant mother capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris walking across, suddenly stop and scratch its face with its front foot, wildlife close up shot at pantanal matogrossense national park, brazil.
Pregnant mother capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris foraging on dense vegetations, flapping its cute little ears to deter the flies in its natural habitat at pantanal natural region, south america.
Extreme close up shot of a wild furry capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris grazing on green grassy field, munching in slow motion in bright daylight.
Capybara inside jungle beside a lake. Capybara eating grass in nature park with rever. wild life and animals. exotic wild animal in forest 4k.
Hungry capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris grazing across the grassy field and feasting on the surrounding vegetation in the wild before nightfall at pantanal natural region, brazil.
Cute capybara camouflaged and blended in with the surrounding vegetations, chilling and cooling down in the swampy water while flapping its ears once in awhile to repel insects away.
Little cute cattle tyrant, machetornis rixosa launch off on the head of a wild capybara and fly away into the wild, extreme close up shot of wildlife nature at pantanal, south america.
Adorable capybara staying stationary and half submerged under swampy water, napping and cooling down in the swamp while flapping its ears once in awhile to deter insects from landing on its head.
Capybara Family in Cuiaba River, Pantanal, Brazil
A chill capybara can be seen half submerged under swampy water with its head poking out of water surface relaxing and flapping its ears once in while to prevent insects from landing.
Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris)
Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) female with youngs, wildlife family
Wild capybara half submerged under swampy water, camouflaged and blending in with the surrounding aquatic vegetations, with flies roaming around its face at pantanal brazil, wildlife close up shot.
The capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris is the largest extant rodent in the world. Its closest relatives are agouti, chinchillas, coyphillas, and guinea pigs. Native to South America.
The capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris is the largest extant rodent in the world. Its closest relatives are agouti, chinchillas, coyphillas, and guinea pigs. Native to South America.
Southern screamer, standing still in dense vegetations environment with a wild giant capybara walking pass in the front with a little yellow cattle tyrant bird riding on top, wildlife natural habitat.
Capybara in the zoo park
Playful capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris bathing and showering in the mire, submerged underwater covered by aquatic vegetations, and resurfacing at pantanal matogrossense national park.
Capybara in the zoo park
Capybara family in cold winter
Slothful capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris munching on the aquatic vegetations while having its eyes closed, soaking inside cool freshwater swamp, ibera wetlands.
Happy cattle tyrant, machetornis rixosa dancing on top of a giant dozy capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris, wildlife close up shot at pantanal conservation area.
The capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris is the largest extant rodent in the world. Its closest relatives are agouti, chinchillas, coyphillas, and guinea pigs. Native to South America.
Jaguar (Panthera onca)swimming, hunting along riverbank, Capybara swimming away in the Pantanal wetlands, Brazil
A Family of Capybaras (Capivaras) feeding Beside the Lake on a Sunny Day
Giant cavy rodent, capybara hydrochoerus hydrochaeris cooling down by dipping inside swampy lake covered with aquatic vegetations, occasionally flap its ears to drive away the surrounding flies.
Capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris in hot citron bath.
Adult capybara cools down in shallow river water with plants; flaps ears
Resting capybara farting underwater creates big bubbles at surface; close-up
Tiny yellow cattle tyrant riding on top of a pregnant capybara while it forages on the ground for delicious fresh grass at beautiful sunset golden hours, ibera wetlands, pantanal brazil.
Still adult capybara in shallow water making a call; Ibera Reserve
Frontal view of immobile capybara, Wattled jacana picks off parasites
Pregnant capybara grazing on river bank with bird hitching a ride on back
Horseflies flying around a chubby pregnant capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris while she forages on the ground, grazing for fresh green grass, wildlife close up shot at pantanal brazil.
Female cleaner shiny cowbird hopping around on a brown furry capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris, while it enjoys an afternoon nap on the ground, wildlife clean symbiosis close up shot.
Adult and juvenile capybara feeding together on grass; Ibera Provincial Reserve
Capybara feeds on river bank, Southern screamer bird keeps it company
Calm capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris soaking in the swamp with head above surface, covered with aquatic vegetations, swatted away flies that buzzing around its ears, extreme close up shot.
Symbiotic relationship between Capybara and Cattle tyrant bird; Pantanal
Wet pregnant mother capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris grazing on the ground, eating fresh green grass across the scene in slow motion during breeding season at ibera wetlands, pantanal brazil.
Two side by side capybaras, falling asleep in swampy wetland, one dipping its head into the water and rolling around to keep cool, while other one keep its eyes closed, wildlife landscape shot.
Little wattled jacana, jacana jacana hiding under furry wild capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris, foraging parasites around and on this giant rodent while it is busy eating grass on a sunny afternoon.
Pregnant mother capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris foraging and grazing on the ground from left to right on open grass field at ibera wetlands, pantanal natural region, close up wildlife shot.
Weary capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris relaxing in the swamp, swim away to the right in slow motion with beautiful sunlight reflection on water surface at ibera wetlands, pantanal natural region.
Wild capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris with barrel-shaped body foraging on the ground, grazing on green grass under beautiful sunlight at ibera wetlands, pantanal natural region.
Idle capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris falling asleep in the water, keeping their nose above the water surface on a tranquil afternoon at ibera wetlands, pantanal natural region.
Left side composition of a pregnant capybara, hydrochoerus hydrochaeris foraging on the ground with little cattle tyrant, machetornis rixosa perched on top at pantanal conservation area.
The capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris is the largest extant rodent in the world. Its closest relatives are agouti, chinchillas, coyphillas, and guinea pigs. Native to South America.
The capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris is the largest extant rodent in the world. Its closest relatives are agouti, chinchillas, coyphillas, and guinea pigs. Native to South America.
The capybara, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris is the largest extant rodent in the world. Its closest relatives are agouti, chinchillas, coyphillas, and guinea pigs. Native to South America.
Safari Animals: Capybara resting in the river. Brazilian wetlands.
Safari Animals: Capybara resting in the river. Brazilian wetlands.
Locked off shot of a capybara standing in water
The semiaquatic Capybara grazing on grass in the wild; shallow depth
Cowbird eating parasites from fur of sleeping Capybara; symbiosis
Pair of wild Capybara swimming in biodiverse Ibera Wetland, Argentina
Capybara (Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris) family in nature.
Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) is largest rodent in world.
Adult capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) swims in freshwater pond with its little baby. Mother and child rodents wallowing in muddy water. Touching wildlife scene. Parenting concept. Top view.
Capybara, capibara family on park. South American mammal, herbivore close up portrait shot.
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