The Biggest Animals Kingdom and in The World | Chinchilla | Chinchillas are two live chinchilla chinchilla (formerly known as chinchilla brevicaudata) and Chinchilla lanigera. Domestic chinchillas are thought to come from C. lanigera speciesIn their natural habitat, chinchillas live in burrows or crevices in rocks. Chinchillas have a variety of defensive tactics including spraying urine and releasing fur if bitten. In the wild, chinchillas have been found to eat the leaves of plants, fruits, seeds and small insects. In nature, chinchillas live in social groups that resemble colonies but the correct name of the herd.
In relation to this long pregnancy, chinchillas are born fully fur and with their eyes open. International trade in chinchilla fur goes back to the 16th century. One complete chinchilla coats can take up to 150 skins, as chinchillas are relatively small. Although it is illegal to hunt wild chinchillas, the wild animals in danger of extinction due to illegal hunting going on. Chinchillas animals are still bred for this useChinchillas requires a lot of work.
Wooden sticks, pumice stone and chew toys are good options, but conifer forests and citrus fruits (like cedar or orange) should be avoided due to the high content resins, oils and phenols that are toxic for chinchillas. Birch, willow, apple tree, manzanita or dry pine forests are safe for chinchillas to chew. Chinchillas dissipate heat, directing the ears of the blood of large dimensions, the ears so red report overheating. Chinchillas can be found in different colors.
Only color found in nature is standard gray. Animals instinctively clean their fur by taking dust baths, in which rolling in special powder of fine pumice. Chinchillas do not bathe in water because the dense fur prevents air drying, retaining moisture close to the skin, which can cause the growth of fungus or rot fur. Wet chinchilla must be dried immediately with towels and hairdryer heat. Thick fur resistant parasites such as fleas, and decreases the free wool, making chinchillas hypo-allergenic
Chinchillas eat and drink in very small quantities. Mixed in the diet, chinchillas may refuse healthy fiber pellets in favor of items like raisins and seeds. Nuts should be avoided due to of its high fat content. foods that are high in protein and alfalfa hay can cause liver problems and should be limitedThe chinchilla is often used as an animal model to study the auditory system, because the range of hearing chinchillas ( 20 Hz to 30 kHz) and cochlear size is close to the man, and the chinchilla cochlea is very easy to access.