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Chinchilla pellets can be a convenient food source.
The chinchilla eye: morphologic observations, echobiometric findings and reference values for selected ophthalmic diagnostic tests.
Chinchillas are most active at night, and like to sleep in the daytime in small spaces like the cracks and crevices of the mountains which would be their homes in the wild.
All in all, the author has analyzed the history of the Chinchilla communes succinctly, distilling the reasons for failure: lack of government support and poor administration; arguments among communards; lack of medical assistance; lack of skill generally among the communards; poor soils, similar to what Soldier Settlers faced later; need for constant work compared to eight-hour days written into the communes' rules; supply of equipment by the colonial government after application, similar to the experience of Soldier Settlers later; and high costs of land clearing.
Fusilier Ieuan Pope, left, and Lance Corporal Sean Vickery from The 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh and, below, 3rd |Battalion The Royal Welsh soldiers taking part in a platoon attack on the Chinchilla Training Area in Albacete, south eastern Spain Fusilier Ieuan Pope, left, and Lance Corporal Sean Vickery from The 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh and, below, 3rd |Battalion The Royal Welsh soldiers taking part in a platoon attack on the Chinchilla Training Area in Albacete, south eastern Spain PICTURES: CORPORAL BARRY LLOYD RLC
After realizing they had approved a bill that "confers social rights and benefits of a civil union, free from discrimination," the lawmakers asked Chinchilla to veto the new law.
After the bilateral US-Costa Rica summit, Chinchilla and Obama held a press conference, to report on the talks.
Chinchillas are clean, quiet, odourless and attractive rodents that make lovely pets for adults and older children, and can live for 10-20 years.
Chinchilla chinchilla (Lichtenstein, 1829), la chinchilla comunmente llamada de cola corta o altiplanica, es un roedor de la familia Chinchillidae cuya distribucion historica incluye al altiplano de Chile, Argentina, Peru y Bolivia (Walle, 1914; House, 1953; Grau, 1986; Chacon, 1892; Jimenez, 1996; Anderson, 1997; Eisenberg y Redford, 2000; Parera, 2002; Woods y Kilpatrick, 2005).
Chinchilla, founder and director of the International Center for Work and Family, teaches at the University of Navarra, Spain.
He knew the breed would be a hit, but the standard Chinchilla was just too small.
The size of a chinchilla rat's pellets reveals the amount of rain that fell while the animal was alive.