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cameron the capybara

– Handmade in the USA –

Cameron the Capybara, native to South America, is semi-aquatic and spends a lot of time in water. Besides looking very cool and self-confident, Cameron also knows how to indulge in life’s little treats.

The Capybara design has been created to inspire you to take a break from the hustle of daily life, and create moments for yourself when you can indulge in a hot bath or a massage. Self-care is so important, and Cameron will remind you should you forget to pamper yourself!


cameron the capybara
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Wild Outline creates confidence-boosting, quirky and unique jewelry that inspires people to fill their hearts with compassion, kindness and self love… With the help of cute animals 





Did you know that capybaras got their name from their diet?

The literal translation of capybara means “one who eats slender leaves”. It comes from the Tupi language from Brazil. Capybaras do munch on a lot of grass, about 3 kg’s every day! But then again, they are the largest rodent in the world. During the wet season, when food is abundant, they get more picky and favor 5 specific grasses. Must be like belgian chocolate for a capybara! Capybaras are also social animals and live in groups of about 10-30 individuals.


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Capybara photos on this page: top photo by Tambako the Jaguar of Flickr, distributed under a CC BY-ND 2.0 license. Banner photo by Tanya Durrant of Flickr, distributed under a CC BY-ND 2.0 license. Square photo by Eric Kilby of Flickr, distributed under a CC BY-SA 2.0 license.