Sewer Capybaras

August 17, 2011 by Post Team 

Sewer CapybarasSewer Capybaras, A large capybara sewer plant was discovered in California. Sure, you may wonder what a capybara and why you care about and not hang around a culvert. Well, you better be informed, right?

A capybara is the world’s largest rodent. Not just a kilo or two … oh no, the capybara is a heavyweight with a weight of between 100 and 120 pounds! Seriously friends, it’s more than scary skinny LeAnn Rimes weigh now! So beware if you are in California due to a giant rat / Guinea Pig future creature may be lurking around!

Paso Robles Plant Operator Wastewater Treatment Wastewater, Nick Kamp said: “It was a different looking animal I’ve seen here. Had the body of a pig, but had a longer nose and head it. The “d come and look at us and goes back down. Sometimes I would go swimming with the head just above water, and other times it would swim completely submerged. ”

Well, that’s completely crazy. The capybara sewage was first seen at the plant July 22. Now, there have been more sightings, but the creature has not yet been captured. Hopefully the authorities will be able to capture rodents without killing him. But does it really matter whether or not it is alive or dead?

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