Chinchilla - Addressing Problems
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Chinchillas are rodents that give the fur 'chinchilla' its name, and are in high demand because of it. Chinchilla are Critically Endangered in the wild, having being hunted nearly to extinction, and some species suffering from poor genes to repopulate. Chinchilla in domestic situation are kept as pets, and experimented on in science mainly because of their hearing is similar to that of a human's. Domestic chinchilla are curious, and can be very aggressive to other species, and their owners, even with good socialisation. Chinchilla, in the wild, live in herds and eat a diverse array of plant matter, and some small insects, they can jump to about five feet in height. Chinchilla fur is thirty times softer than human hair, and is so dense, that it must regularly be cleaned of excess oil.