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Bolivian (Southern) Vizcacha - Lagidium

biomedicalephemera: “ Bolivian (Southern) Vizcacha - Lagidium viscacia The vizcachas (viscachas) are the closest relatives of the Chinchillinae genus, and the five vizcacha species combined with the.

The rare Mountain Viscacha - Imgur

The Viscacha might look like a chinchilla / rabbit cross but these little guys are amazingly cute. Check out these amazing mountain Viscacha pics.

This pin was originally labeled rabbit. So I pinned it to my bunnies board. This morning a fellow pinner brought to my attention that this beautiful creature is a viscacha and is actually a member of the rodent family.

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This pin was originally labeled Rabbit , so I pinned it to my bunny board. This morning a fellow pinner brought to my attention that this beautiful creature is a viscacha , and actually belongs to the rodent family. That's one cute rodent !

Southern viscacha | Mountain Viscacha, Southern Mountain Viscacha

Southern viscacha | Mountain Viscacha, Southern Mountain Viscacha

Vizcacha. Lagidium viscacia. Mountain Viscacha | by Daniel Sziklai G. Andean Vizcacha

Vizcacha. Lagidium viscacia. Mountain Viscacha | by Daniel Sziklai G. Andean Vizcacha

Courtesy of Planet Earth II ( David Attenborough's new tv series) this is a viscacha enjoying the sun's warmth. http://ift.tt/2eN2wFq

Anxiety and fear give way to joy and awe when we tune into scenes of the natural world, finds a study commissioned by BBC, makers of "Planet Earth II.

Mountain Viscacha (Lagidium peruanum), from Cusco, Peru.

Mountain Viscacha (Lagidium peruanum), from Cusco, Peru. -Morph says be on the look out of the squirrel rabbit!

Mountain Viscacha

The Viscacha might look like a chinchilla / rabbit cross but these little guys are amazingly cute. Check out these amazing mountain Viscacha pics.

Mountain Viscacha (Lagidium viscacia) yawning, near the salt lake, Salar de Surire, in the province of Parinacota, far northern Chile

Bing Image Archive: Mountain Viscacha (Lagidium viscacia) yawning, near the salt lake, Salar de Surire, in the province of Parinacota, far n.

Mountain Viscacha, Southern Mountain Viscacha

Mountain Viscacha, Southern Mountain Viscacha

mountain viscacha -Lagidium viscacia

mountain viscacha -Lagidium viscacia

Southern Viscacha - Lagidium viscacia Not a lagomorph, but a rodent, more closely related to chinchillas. Like all mountain viscachas, the Southern Viscacha is a gregarious species that forms small to very large colonies, comprising one or more family groups. This herbivorous species is specialized and restricted to rocky habitats where it colonizes rock crevices. This species occurs in southern Peru, southern and western Bolivia, northern Chile and western Argentina.

Southern Viscacha - Lagidium viscacia Not a lagomorph, but a rodent, more closely related to chinchillas. Like all mountain viscachas, the Southern Viscacha is a gregarious species that forms small to very large colonies, comprising one or more family groups. This herbivorous species is specialized and restricted to rocky habitats where it colonizes rock crevices. This species occurs in southern Peru, southern and western Bolivia, northern Chile and western Argentina.

The Southern Viscacha or Mountain Viscacha (Lagidium viscacia) is a desert #rodent which also looks remarkably like a long-tailed #rabbit. Desert of Siloli, Bolivian #Altiplano, #Bolivia

The Southern Viscacha or Mountain Viscacha (Lagidium viscacia) is a desert which also looks remarkably like a long-tailed Desert of Siloli, Bolivian

Bolivian Viscacha.  The viscacha looks for all the world like a rabbit with a lovely, long, furry tail. It belongs to the Chinchillidae family.

Southern viscacha (Lagidium viscacia) The southern viscacha is a species of rodent in the family Chinchillidae and is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru. It is a colonial animal living in.

Viscachas ~ The northern viscacha is a species of rodent in the family Chinchillidae. It is known from Peru and Chile, at elevations from 300 to 5000 m, and may also be present in Bolivia. Wikipedia

Viscachas ~ The northern viscacha is a species of rodent in the family Chinchillidae. It is known from Peru and Chile, at elevations from 300 to 5000 m, and may also be present in Bolivia. Fauna of Chile

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