Viral video: A group of chigüiros walk in single file down a street in Brazil

Viral video: A group of chigüiros walk in single file down a street in Brazil
Viral video: A group of chigüiros walk in single file down a street in Brazil

A group of chigüiros walking in single file on a street in Brazil and in such an organized way that it surprises everyone, was captured on video that is sweeping social networks.

A curious video captured the attention of thousands on social networks by showing more than 10 chigüiros walking in single file down a street in Brazil during the early hours of the morning. Video capture //

The capybaras, better known as chigüiros, have been stolen the attention of social networks thanks to a viral video which was captured in Brazil and in which they are seen walking in lineone after another and with incredible tranquility.

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The most striking thing about the unusual episode is that these animals seem to be synchronized in steps and movements, because each time one advances, the others do so and when the first one stops, they all slow down.

The spectacle of these rodents has not only caused astonishment due to their orderly behavior, but also worries the state of their natural habitat. Users question whether this unusual movement could be a sign of threat in their environment.

The recording, made in the early hours of the day, shows the animals following a route without deviating, which has been interpreted by some as a demonstration of discipline within their group. However, others suggest that this behavior could be related to changes or problems in their habitat that force them to look for new places.

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He capybara, chiguiro either capybara is a species of rodent from the Cavid family, native to South America.

It is the largest living rodent that lives in wetlands and dense forests and lives near bodies of water. It is a very social species and can be found in groups of up to one hundred individuals, but usually lives in groups of ten to twenty individuals. The animal is hunted for its meat, skin (for clothing) and for the fat contained in its skin.

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