Chinchilla Facts & Trivia

Chinchilla Colors
There are two types of chinchillas in the wild – the long-tailed and the shorted tailed chinchilla. In captivity, the long-tailed chinchilla has been bred to produce mutations of various attractive colors. Photos and videos (when available) along with descriptions of the different colors are shown below to help you identify your chin’s type or find out how some...
Chinchilla Lifespan How Long Do Chinchillas Live
Contents 1 Introduction to the Chinchilla’s Lifespan 2 How Long Do Chinchillas Live in Captivity? 3 How to Improve the Chances of Your Chin Living a Long & Healthy Life 3.1 Get Your Chinchillas From A Reputable Breeder 3.2 Provide A Suitable Living Environment 3.3 Proper Nutrition is Essential 3.4 Avoid Letting Your Chin Roam Free In The House ...
Tips You Can Learn Today To Help Your Chinchilla A Lifetime
I'm sitting here watching Jasper jump and play, and I remembered back when I first brought him home. I didn't know a single thing about this new little life I was about to be responsible for. I researched and learned everything I possibly could so that I could give him a healthy, happy home. What follows is some of...
chinchilla-as-a-pet
So why choose a chinchilla as a pet? With such a large choice of pets around why choose a chinchilla? Maybe because you perceive them as cute and think they will not take up too much space? Below are the reasons for buying, or not buying, a chinchilla Reasons you may not want to buy a chinchilla You don't have time...