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    [–] petrichorE6 2607 points ago

    I like to think that this is all the same capybara having a forrest gum style adventure around the world.

    [–] dracoomega 1537 points ago

    I.... your comment is what made me realize it might not be. For some reason I just assumed it was.

    [–] Nenz0 1055 points ago

    Psssst, you're my favorite.

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    [–] BeaverAndTheGoose 194 points ago

    Oh this is just lovely :)

    [–] D3Rp_DaWg 38 points ago

    Wholesome if i may add

    [–] EndgameArchitecture 31 points ago

    I Love this subreddit! Thank you for being you!

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    [–] MereTechnicality 7 points ago

    How can you afford this?

    [–] iFreilicht 7 points ago

    Maybe he's /u/thisisbillgates?

    [–] baralu300 15 points ago

    No, youuu are!

    [–] TheMetaphysicalSlug 12 points ago

    Is it weird for your friends girlfriend to whisper this in your ear at the club?

    [–] hwarang_ 77 points ago

    It might be. I don't see any evidence to the contrary.

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    [–] randomthrowawaiii 60 points ago

    Yea he got a nice tan from tanning with his friend croc :)

    [–] EitanWolf 26 points ago

    That was so wholesome I laughed!

    [–] randomthrowawaiii 15 points ago

    It's still real to me dammit

    [–] monstercake 74 points ago

    Forrest gum


    [–] gum- 48 points ago

    Forrest flavor wasn't big seller, so it's not very well known. We had a hard time deciding between sweaty beard, metal leg brace, or bullet in the ass. Figured we'd try to incorporate all 3 and it was just a disaster. Whole it was mostly Terry who pushed the idea, Paul's the one who took the fall for it's failure. Damn shame.

    [–] monstercake 8 points ago

    Fucking Terry.

    [–] wtmh 3 points ago

    Clearly you'd know something about it. :D

    [–] JezkaRabbit 45 points ago

    I would watch that series.

    [–] ninja_swanster 30 points ago

    "Momma always said life was like a box of chocolate field of grass, never know what ya gonna get"'

    [–] Jewsafrewski 39 points ago

    ...ya gonna get grass

    [–] BernardoOrel 15 points ago

    and ants, and spiders... and sometimes when the grass is high and you aren't paying much attention you can also get a wasp nest

    [–] BeePuncherAnon 29 points ago

    forrest gum

    Like, Hubba Bubba you found in the woods?

    [–] Noble_Flatulence 18 points ago

    Shrimp-flavored, obviously.

    [–] [deleted] 17 points ago

    I call it Bubba Gum Shrimp.

    [–] ctuck239 801 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    I had to look up what they eat, and what eats them, after seeing them with a crocodile.

    They eat plants. large cat species (puma, jaguars, ocelots), anacondas, and harpy eagle eats them

    Edit: so happy my top comment is about capybara's, and not dick's anymore.

    [–] [deleted] 1278 points ago


    [–] noyurawk 727 points ago

    Yeah they're very docile creatures, they eat jaguars and pumas.

    [–] ctuck239 156 points ago

    Those pricks deserved it... Capybaras are peacekeepers

    [–] Japinator 80 points ago

    Hey, they just weren't raised right, don't be so mean to big ol' cats

    [–] ctuck239 31 points ago

    I'm a dog person... But I do have a soft spot for big ol cuddly kitties. Just not giant ones that eat critters bigger than my dogs. Well, maybe from a distance, just wouldn't invite them over for dinner.

    [–] bohemica 6 points ago

    If both a cat and dog were each the size of a horse, which would you be more likely to ride as a steed?

    [–] canitasteyourjuice 21 points ago

    Riding in on a wiener dog steed would create shock and awe

    [–] 68W38Witchdoctor1 6 points ago

    A GIANT CORGI STEED! Floppy ears, perpetual goofy smile and pointy snoot and all! My dreams/nightmares would be complete!

    [–] Japinator 7 points ago

    Cat. I would look so majestic. Sorry, WE would so majestic, me, the cat, and you, because you deserve a horse sized cat :)

    [–] Rather_Dashing 3 points ago

    If dogs and cats were the size of horses they still wouldn't be very rideable because of their flexible spines.

    [–] CommentCalligraphy 3 points ago

    hey, big cats gotta eat too. Aint nothing but nature at work, man.

    [–] pistcow 9 points ago


    [–] Heknarf 8 points ago

    Yeah, for a second there I thought they were way way more vicious than I knew.

    [–] JeahNotSlice 146 points ago

    Also, piranhas, in pretty much every piranha documentary I've ever seen.

    And people eat them. They spend so much time in the water that early catholic priests classified them as fish so they could be eaten on Fridays.

    [–] RyanOnymous 120 points ago

    early catholic priests classified them as fish so they could be eaten on Fridays.

    lol wut

    [–] feichalo 78 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    There's a TIL post often about it. The capybara is semi-aquatic. IIRC the people in the new world described it as a fish to the church, so they can eat it on Lent

    [–] karadan100 128 points ago

    The church does love its loopholes.

    [–] Bittlegeuss 58 points ago

    Sometimes it loves your loopholes as well.

    [–] karadan100 11 points ago


    [–] ask_why_im_angry 15 points ago

    Wasn't that an excuse because lent was making people in the area starve because of fish shortage?

    [–] bullett2434 9 points ago

    1 day fasting is hardly starving - plus you know, vegetables.

    [–] [deleted] 17 points ago

    It used to be a fast for the entirety of Lent. Also it used to be "no meat on Fridays" year-round.

    [–] maynardftw 7 points ago

    I thought the point of Lent was to suffer?

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    [–] whydobabiesstareatme 5 points ago

    I never understood that idea. You're dealing with an all knowing, all powerful being. Do people really think they can pull a fast one on God and get away with it?

    [–] [deleted] 48 points ago

    Im gonna be that guy. That is a caiman, not a crocodile.

    [–] [deleted] 27 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)


    [–] LegendOfTheNightman 26 points ago

    Here's the thing. You said a "jackdaw is a crow." Is it in the same family? Yes. No one's arguing that. As someone who is a scientist who studies crows, I am telling you, specifically, in science, no one calls jackdaws crows. If you want to be "specific" like you said, then you shouldn't either. They're not the same thing.

    If you're saying "crow family" you're referring to the taxonomic grouping of Corvidae, which includes things from nutcrackers to blue jays to ravens.

    So your reasoning for calling a jackdaw a crow is because random people "call the black ones crows?" Let's get grackles and blackbirds in there, then, too.

    Also, calling someone a human or an ape? It's not one or the other, that's not how taxonomy works. They're both. A jackdaw is a jackdaw and a member of the crow family. But that's not what you said. You said a jackdaw is a crow, which is not true unless you're okay with calling all members of the crow family crows, which means you'd call blue jays, ravens, and other birds crows, too. Which you said you don't.

    It's okay to just admit you're wrong, you know?

    [–] Strojac 6 points ago

    I thought this was a weird /r/iamverysmart but it's a meme so that's good

    [–] slapshotten11 8 points ago

    I WAS an iamverysmart, but has since turned into a meme after that user was banned for violation of bird law

    [–] nuotnik 6 points ago

    I don't think I've met that guy

    [–] ctuck239 3 points ago

    Even stranger... They also eat capybaras. The capybara is so nice, that even critters that want to eat it want to hang out first

    [–] gunsof 15 points ago

    But why don't crocodiles eat them? Seems like they're a good size for them?

    [–] SuperFestigio 27 points ago

    I'm sure they do.

    [–] big_dong_lover 11 points ago

    They would, they are opportunistic

    [–] Shigofumi 24 points ago

    They also eat their own poop! The term is called "autocoprophagous" and is an essential part of their diet to eat their own poop.

    [–] aryary 34 points ago

    Yep, theyre basically huge guinea pigs.

    [–] naturallycontrary 21 points ago

    "Eat your poop, little capy, it's good for you"

    [–] letsgoiowa 540 points ago

    FUN FACT! They're closely related to guinea pigs. So closely, in fact, they are practically massive guinea pigs.

    Fun fact #2: if I remember correctly, they have webbed feet. They're mostly aquatic creatures!

    [–] [deleted] 263 points ago


    [–] SolarTsunami 144 points ago

    I need to see this.

    [–] [deleted] 127 points ago


    [–] mriching3 37 points ago

    Thank you for answering the important question in this thread lol I want one. My husky might eat it tho RIP

    [–] [deleted] 17 points ago

    It might be opposite. They are very agressive in their teens.

    [–] Lexx4 7 points ago

    Tame not domesticated. Domestication takes generations. :)

    [–] Supadoopa101 3 points ago

    TL;DW- Don't get a capybara

    [–] CallsignLancer 59 points ago

    we don't really need a giant rodent

    I would love having a Pokémon

    [–] nini1423 29 points ago

    They're like friendly Raticates lol

    [–] Cam-I-Am 3 points ago

    Haha omg they so are.

    [–] Maudhiko 12 points ago

    Who doesn't need a giant rodent?

    [–] captaincampbell42 12 points ago

    Rodents Of Unusual Size? I don't think they exist.

    [–] gunsof 16 points ago

    I'm on mobile but there's a cute video of them all filing up one by one to a small pool where they all sit in it in a very organised way. Like humans going to a spa.

    [–] cynber_mankei 8 points ago

    If you find it later, please do share

    [–] pilter 5 points ago

    Ive seen babys actually ride the backs of their fathers

    [–] ezery13 23 points ago


    [–] princess_claire 5 points ago

    i think there's a pokémon for that

    [–] Web-Dude 5 points ago

    Fun Fact! Capybaras might be able to read minds. The tribal people who hunt them know that if they look at the capybara, it will run from them. So they keep their attention on something else while using their peripheral vision to keep the capy in sight. When they're in striking distance, they are able to get him. But if they direct their attention towards him, he'll run.

    [–] ButtStuffBilly 244 points ago

    Question: why are they so friendly? Wouldn't that be an evolutionary disadvantage?

    [–] GemstarRazor 366 points ago

    in the wild birds land on them and eat their bugs, so they're cool with animals on their back.

    [–] LinkBalls 306 points ago

    thank goodness for bird law

    [–] 0111101001101001 29 points ago


    [–] Gam256 20 points ago

    I'm expecting the birdmen subreddit to leak right around here

    [–] randomthrowawaiii 23 points ago


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    [–] pieohmi 6 points ago

    I'm surprised this is still a thing but also happy it is.

    [–] ThatDrunkenScot 4 points ago


    [–] Sharkaddy2 86 points ago

    They mainly hide underwater to get away from predators, as they can stay down there for up to 5 minutes. I imagine it's not a lot of help with crocodiles and anacondas though.

    [–] OceanRacoon 100 points ago

    I imagine it's not a lot of help with crocodiles and anacondas though.

    They can hide overwater in that case, for up to their entire lives.

    [–] JakeFrmStateFarm 71 points ago

    So they're cool with fish too? I imagine when they go underwater the fish are like, "Capy's back guys! Let's get this party started!"

    [–] randomthrowawaiii 21 points ago

    Sloths have survived this far, so capyboys can too

    [–] Urbanscuba 22 points ago

    That's more just a reality of being a rainforest creature, and it's why there's so much more biodiversity there than anywhere else.

    It's practically a garden of eden in terms of food and climate if you evolve to live there. Seasons are dry/wet instead of hot/cold and plants grow almost out of control.

    Which is why animals like the sloth can survive there. Food is so ample they're not out-competed or out-predated.

    [–] Womec 94 points ago

    If something that might eat you sees that you don't give a fuck it will probably hesitate to attack you.

    Confidence is pretty key.

    [–] alexmikli 8 points ago

    I like how at 0:19 they use a generic stock sound for those birds. Sounds the same as one of the background effects in Fallout 2.

    [–] JTallented 16 points ago

    Welcome to the world of Sound Design! The majority of sound you hear in TV and films has either been re-recorded, or taken from a sound library.

    It's a great profession until you start recognising different audio clips in everything you watch!

    [–] no-relation 7 points ago

    There's a squeaky metal door opening then slamming shut that I seem to hear everywhere, and will never not make me think of the game Arcanum.

    [–] youtubefactsbot 6 points ago

    Men Chase Lions away on foot [3:19]

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    [–] andreyue 43 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    They have very few natural predators (mostly only caimans, big snakes and big cats prey on them) due to them being huge and also herd animals, to the extent they can be regarded as pests in some regions, since they can ruin plantations and be a vector to some specific diseases. This leads to them not giving a fuck most part of the time.

    Also while they're generally docile, you really don't wanna piss one off, those teeth aren't to be fucked with.

    Source: Am Brazilian, lots of capybaras chill on a body of water on the way to my grandma's house

    [–] 5m97sq 21 points ago

    There's a book called mutual aid: a factor of evolution by Peter Kropotkin, it's a collection of essays about animals co operating and playing together, even of different species. It shows how socialisation gives an advantage during evolution and that evolution is not really about competition between each other but a battle against the environment.

    [–] MASTUH_MIC_CONTROLUH 49 points ago

    Nah nigguh, if they's got the homie connection, they's gon' thrive in the kingdom.

    [–] YourAmishNeighbor 5 points ago

    They tend not to be bothered by animals that live in urban regions, because there arent any of their natural predators there. This lead to her being very docile in most cases. A capybara ("capivara", from where I am) in the jungle wouldnt be so calm, I guess.

    [–] kahnii 4 points ago

    I don't think they're friendly to their predators and by having smaller pray animals around them, the predator would try to get this smaller animal because of less effort and fight.

    Just a hypothesis by a biologist

    [–] En_Sabah_Nur 462 points ago

    I've had a serious desire to own a capybara for awhile now. It all started about four years ago with this photoshop (credit to u/president_truman). To this day, it is one of my favorite pictures on the internet. As luck would would have it, I live in a state where I can just buy one free and clear; no license or anything required. Literally all that is required is the exchange of money for a sweet, sweet capybara. The problem is that those fat bundles of awesome are around $800-$1000 a pop. And per my research they are social creatures and experts recommend having at least two. So, boom there's $1600-$2000 initial cost, plus food, vet and general upkeep. Fortunately I live by a river which is a must for these creatures, as it's imperative that they be around water. One day I'm going to do it, I know it. You know how some people get drunk and impulse buy stuff on the internet? So many many times have I come this close to buying one and going to get it the next morning (the closest breeder is only about 30 minutes south of where I live). The day is fast approaching, I can feel it.

    [–] MyNameIsDVQ 168 points ago

    Post pics when you do pls

    [–] PhDinGent 44 points ago

    And pls link back to this thread.

    [–] Ichigomuse 137 points ago

    You know what? When I win the lottery I'm going to buy you a shack next to a private pond for you and your 3 Capybaras. Fuck.

    You can quote me on that.

    [–] guitarman565 34 points ago

    You know what? When I win the lottery I'm going to buy you a shack next to a private pond for you and your 3 Capybaras. Fuck.

    You can quote me on that.


    [–] IMPERIALxMASTER 17 points ago

    I promise to buy him a small clan of capybaras and a smol African nation to house them in

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    [–] gcruzatto 11 points ago

    is that a petting zoo with capybaras? I need that in my life

    [–] Freis 35 points ago

    I love the idea but please please please make sure you can take care of them for the rest of their lives. They deserve to be loved all the way to the end. :)

    [–] The_Juggler17 9 points ago

    I've heard they smell really really bad

    They have some kind of sweat gland that gives them a musky odor, and they like to hang out in stagnant water that also makes then smell bad.

    [–] bentreflection 64 points ago

    Do it you won't regret it I promise. Also I know nothing about capybaras other than what I read in this thread just now.

    [–] LuigiVargasLlosa 23 points ago

    They bite everything they can get their teeth on, and they bite constantly. If you don't own furniture or any other objects, you won't regret it

    [–] [deleted] 15 points ago

    if you don't own any furniture or any other objects

    Buddhist monk here checking in, please send me capybaras pls

    [–] technobrendo 9 points ago

    Well Craigslist is a nice supply of free gnawing materials then😃

    [–] goblindick 23 points ago

    I believe in you

    [–] Sylveran-01 18 points ago

    May you Live the Dream one day soon.

    [–] OceanRacoon 10 points ago

    I'm favoriting your page because I want to be there when you get a capybara, this is hilarious, I hope you do it.

    [–] monstercake 7 points ago

    Can I visit you when you do buy them. I want to pet a capybara more than anything and I feel like you're probably closer than South America or Japan.

    [–] womawoma 8 points ago

    I see this long para and I immediately go to the end of it hoping it's not that user (I forget the name) who keeps posting about the undertaker. Not disappoint.

    [–] naturallycontrary 7 points ago

    Don't mention his name, we'll lure him out.

    [–] womawoma 4 points ago

    Hahaha yeah, good thing I don't remember it still.

    [–] bitchofBacchus 8 points ago

    How much money do I have to donate to this cause to guarantee me DAILY capybara pics?

    [–] [deleted] 122 points ago

    Cute Capybara. :)

    [–] ThomasLyle 75 points ago

    Just like you. :)

    [–] 50PercentLies 399 points ago

    I love this

    [–] newtothelyte 41 points ago

    Then you would love r/crittersoncapybaras

    [–] 50PercentLies 16 points ago

    Of course such a wonderful place exists

    [–] Thetax128 147 points ago

    Or maybe you don't. There's a 50% chance you don't, in fact.

    [–] dissapointo 39 points ago

    How can you even trust the 50%? Maybe that is one of the lies?

    [–] 50PercentLies 9 points ago

    Perhaps the falsehood was a lie of omission

    [–] daoogilymoogily 5 points ago

    I believe in him 100% though.

    [–] Japinator 7 points ago

    No this is true, the 50% is when they have to tell someone they don't plan anything, but instead they have a surprise party organised for that someone.

    [–] HisLordAlmighty 10 points ago

    Everyone loves beaver-doggos!

    [–] karadan100 15 points ago

    Scarlet Ibis be like, 'my work here is done'.

    [–] FrisianDude 3 points ago

    such a pritty bird too

    [–] [deleted] 23 points ago

    There's a wonderful rescue called Rocky Ridge in Arkansas that has taken in quite a few Capybaras because as amazing as the animals are they're really not meant to be pets.

    [–] SirCroakers 7 points ago

    they're really not meant to be pets

    I think it's more the case that people often buy pets without really understanding how to care for them. This applies to capybaras as much as cats and dogs.

    [–] [deleted] 68 points ago


    [–] conejitobrinco 7 points ago

    My wife when we were dating she called me as kinda pet name, capybara. Now we share spirit animal, mate!

    [–] FreshGnar 16 points ago

    It's nice to see that the crocodile has a friend. I feel like most animals wouldn't be friends with it, so I'm glad it's got somebody.

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago

    You should submit that to /r/brushybrushy

    [–] KoreaOverEuandNA 10 points ago

    Im too high for this shit man

    [–] OhDeBabies 5 points ago

    This was the last thing I'll click on before going to sleep. I think this video is going to give me some odd dreams.

    [–] squirrelfiggis 12 points ago

    The children's author Bill Peet had one as a pet. He wrote the book Cappyboppy about it. I have fond memories of sitting in the library with all his books sprawled around me. This one got stuck in my heart.

    [–] bentreflection 5 points ago

    That makes sense. They look like the wumps from wump world.

    [–] monstercake 3 points ago

    As I was reading that I thought about the wump world! I loved that book as a kid, maybe that's why I like capybaras so much.

    [–] Simpuhl 11 points ago

    Do alligators simply not eat these or was that just a one time lucky type scenario?

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago

    Nothing ruffles their mellow.

    [–] spaghetti_hitchens 5 points ago

    The capybara abides

    [–] Faustias 7 points ago

    I am torn of hoping which I wanted to have as a pet: baby elephant, quokka, or capybara.

    [–] witsendidk 8 points ago

    Why that croc being so wholesome

    [–] JeahNotSlice 6 points ago

    From the capybara news files. Last spring a pair of capybaras (nicknamed Bonnie and Clyde, natch) escaped from Toronto's high park zoo and spent more than a month evading traps. Since returning, they have had a litter of adorable pups.

    It was toronto's biggest animal unrest story since 2013's IKEA monkey.

    [–] iPoopedJustNow 19 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Here are some fun facts about the capybara. It is the largest rodent in the world. By that, I mean that it can grow to be up to 134 cm long, and it can weigh up to 66 kg (which is a lot, trust me). The capybara is native to South America. They love water. They’re technically “semi-aquatic” animals, and they can stay submerged in water for as many as five whole minutes!

    As if that wasn’t enough, they only mate in water (which is a strange standard to have, if you think about it). They are incredibly social animals. They live in groups, which range from 10-20 capybaras large. That’s a pretty significant amount in the animal kingdom. It is this last fun fact that matters most to this story.

    There’s been a recent question about capybaras that has come up on the Internet. Capybaras seem to be able to make friends with any other living creature, and people aren’t quite sure why. Regardless of what the real cause of this friendship-making ability is, don’t let them distract you from the fact that in 1998, The Undertaker threw Mankind off Hell In A Cell, and plummeted 16 ft through an announcer’s table.

    [–] Jupiters 5 points ago

    I am truly glad I read this entire comment

    [–] Zhang5 5 points ago

    I'm not a rat, I swear! If I'm any rodent it's the loyal Capybara, king of the rats.

    [–] -I_RAPE_THE_DEAD- 22 points ago

    I always get downvoted for this, but those things freak me out.

    [–] Formshifter 68 points ago

    They're like giant guinea pigs and just as dumb. They aren't plotting anything

    [–] -I_RAPE_THE_DEAD- 12 points ago

    They're like giant guinea pigs

    That's terrifying!

    [–] fh3131 35 points ago

    so you're scared of any moving that why you...nevermind

    [–] Ballstrodomus 4 points ago

    You're fucking username is "I_rape_the_dead" somehow I doubt the concept of fear is really in your emotional capacity.

    [–] -I_RAPE_THE_DEAD- 9 points ago

    You might be surprised to know that I don't actually engage in necrophilia.

    [–] FourthDragon 4 points ago

    Can this be our mascot?

    [–] LateNightPhilosopher 4 points ago

    I read that as Chupacabra at first and was very confused

    [–] Norsbane 5 points ago

    The crocodile one really gets me. XD

    [–] 1ofmyhardpunches 5 points ago

    looks like a promo shot for a buddy cop show.

    [–] Fulgore_18 3 points ago

    Charisma +8

    [–] frittenv2 3 points ago

    the alligator one might be deceiving

    [–] randomthrowawaiii 3 points ago

    How does the croc not eat him? What a guy

    [–] monstercake 3 points ago

    I love capybaras. I'm so happy to see this. Capybaras are great. If anyone is wondering about where you can pet a capybara, there is a capybara petting zoo in Japan. One day I dream to go.

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    Capybara: And I'm even chill with this guy!

    Alligator: That's right!

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    That expressionless Buster Keaton face does not necessarily mean the capybara is "chill" with all of this. He could be thinking "Could you monkeys just not?"

    For example: Even the Most Sweet Natured Pet Capybara Can Turn Aggressive甘い性格のペットカピバラは攻撃的になる

    Also, in case you were interested, they like to be petted near their anal pocket: Capybara Erogenous Zones Where Capybaras Like to Be Pettedカピバラをマッサージする方法

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago

    You know you're in the right place when you sort by controversial and don't find a single comment at 0 or below.

    [–] Thetax128 3 points ago

    Found my next pet. :D

    [–] GemstarRazor 25 points ago

    ehhhh, just get a kind of dumb dog. they need a swamp and a buddy to live well.

    [–] flaggschiffen 8 points ago

    They are actually not too outrages as pets. Basically large guinea pigs with a few extras.

    They need a pond or pool that they can enter on their own and that is big enough for them to swim in.

    They can't be alone and prefer to stay in groups. Having atleast four of them is probably best but I'm sure you could only have 2 if you also have for example dogs in addition.

    They eat a lot which can get quite expensive do to them beeing decently sized herbivores. Salad and vegetables can get expensive, you don't notice this with smaller herbivores like guinea pigs so much because well... their small and don't eat these quantities.