Chincillas are rodents — they are related to squirrels, gerbils, hamsters, beavers, etc. They’re found in Andes mountains, and look a bit like large, fluffy gerbils, and a bit bigger than most ground squirrels. They’re fairly popular as pets, and are very fond of dust baths.
The Chinchilla is in the family Chinchillidae of the order Rodentia. It’s a type of rodent related to the squirrel but slightly larger. It lives primarily in the Andes region in South America and is mostly active during twilight hours.
Chinchillas are crepuscular rodents, slightly larger than ground squirrels, native to the Andes mountains in South America. Along with their relatives, viscachas, they belong to the family Chinchillidae.
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