A capybara and an anteater share an enclosure at Fresno Chaffee Zoo in 2008. Last week, one of the zoo’s capybaras was attacked by an anteater and had to be euthanized by veterinarians.
A capybara and an anteater share an enclosure at Fresno Chaffee Zoo in 2008. Last week, one of the zoo’s capybaras was attacked by an anteater and had to be euthanized by veterinarians. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
A capybara and an anteater share an enclosure at Fresno Chaffee Zoo in 2008. Last week, one of the zoo’s capybaras was attacked by an anteater and had to be euthanized by veterinarians. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

Fresno Chaffee Zoo’s capybara dies following attack by anteater

October 14, 2015 06:51 PM

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