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capybara

the largest rodent, the size of a small pig, 100 lb and 3 ft tall. It is largely aquatic and easily domesticated. Called also carpincho, Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris.
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Council President Eric Garcetti took aim at some of the new, larger homes as energy and water hogs incompatible with the sustainable model L.
In four of the matches which went ahead, home sides Armitage Bridge, Kexborough, Barkisland and Linthwaite, were without the Bow-Dry water hogs, while some who have recently acquired the machines, including Slaithwaite, Delph, Meltham, Shelley, Rastrick and Thongsbridge, all failed to get their grounds fit.
They added moisture-holding polymers to the soil to keep it from drying out, and to help them grow even water hogs like papyrus successfully.
We pretty much have everything at the club: six netting lanes, three bowling machines, electronic score box, roll on covers, flat sheet for the square, two water hogs and now we want to make our playing surface the best it can be.
That means more than an across-the-board rate increase that punishes all users -- water hogs and longtime water savers -- alike.
Birch trees can be water hogs, but in this garden they combine with underplantings to shade and cool the soil.
Capybaras are part of the same family as guinea pigs and are also known as water hogs
Crocodiles, hippos, snakes and water hogs were created out of an array of tropical plants in a jungle-themed display.
We've borrowed a few water hogs and everyone has worked incredibly hard.