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the next text is from Federico Albert and over 105 years
Scientific name: Chinchilla laniger (Molina).
Callomys laniger (J. Geoffroi); Ericetus laniger (E. Geoffroi); Eriomys
lanigera (Bennett); Lagostomos Chinchilla (Meyen); Mus laniger (Molina).
belongs to the order of rodents and forms, together with the Viscachas (Lagotis)
a separate family called Chinchillideae, composed of a few species which
are all native to South America. On account of its anatomical and
biological peculiarities, this family should be placed between rats and
hares, but it also has certain charac-teristics of squirrels.
The measurements of an adult
Chinchilla are as follows:
From the snout to the root of the tail: 28 to 40 centim
Lenth of the tail: 13 to 16
Length of the ear: 4.5 to 5
Width of the ear: 3 to 3.5
From the ankle to the tip of the nail: 5
to 6
Width of the palm of the hand: 2.5 to 3
Length of the nails of the hand
(front paw): 2 to .25
Length of the nails of the hind paw: .35 to .40
Length of the whiskers: 10 to 13
The general appearance of this animal is that of a new rabbit, the thick
head, the long, somewhat stiff whiskers, the large, wide ears, rounded
off and almost hairless; the large, black eyes, the skull divided behind
and depressed above; the four molars with three layers of enamel; the
hands (front paws) have five fingers, the thumb is complete (separated);
the paws (hind feet) have four fingers, and are (built for) jumping; the
strong nails, almost triangular, sharp and half covered with hairs which
project by two or three millimeters; the tail is long, arched upwards,
and it has on the Upper face very long hairs.
The skin is very smooth, silky, thick and fine. It consists of many
woolly hairs and a very few pig-hairs which are from .5 to 1.5 centims
longer than the former. The wool on the Upper part of the head has a
length of 1.5 centims, on the back from 2.3 to 3 centims, and on the
stomach from 1.8 to 2.5 centims. The hairs on the Upper face of the root
of the tail are from 3 to 4 centims long, and toward the point of the
same, (the tip of the tail), from 5 to 6 centims. On the sides and on
the lower part they (the hairs) are quite shorter. The hands and the
paws have long skin as far as the hand and the ankle; the remainder of
the hair is short, smooth and thicker.
The color of the Upper face is uniform; a mixture of black and whitish
silver lead-color. Every woolly hair is of a dark bluish lead color for
1.8 centims of its length; whitish for .4 centims and black at the tip.
The hair (stiff hair) has the same color, but the black tip is much
longer. The beard is black and partly white; the ears have thick hair
only at the base, the other part is almost bare and of blackish color;
on the outer side it is covered with a few short, black little hairs,
and on the inside they are a little longer and white. The sides of the
body are lighter (paler) than the back. All the lower part (face) of the
body is white; each hair at its base (1.6 centims) is of a dark
lead-color and white towards the tip. The Upper part of the tail is
black mixed with white; each hair is black at the base and white towards
the tip; the sides of the tail are white; and the lower face is black or
whitish. The hands and paws are
The general color varies considerably, according to the
length of the Space which the colors of each hair occupy. Thus, we see
darker and lighter specimens, with shades of ashes color, whitish,
yellowish, silvery and even some that have a slight tinge of dark brown.
Neither is it infrequent to find skins almost white. It appears that the
season of the year and the place in which it lives have much to do with
the color. It seems that specimens caught in the winter are more white;
and it is said that one coloring is more abundant than another in
certain Valleys.
It lives from the river Choapa, Department of Illapel,
to the northern limit of the Republic (Chile), and perhaps also in the
southern part of Peru and of Bolivia. It is found from the sea coast up
to the high mountain ranges. It lives in the middle parts of the
table-lands of Combarbala, down to the coast. In the Elqui r盲nge it goes
up to an altitude of more than 2,000 meters, and goes down to within 25
kilometers of the sea shore. In the north (Arica, etc.) it goes back
more into the mountain ranges, and specimens are still seen at altitudes
of over 4,000 meters (above sea level).
Long ago it was quite common in the country, and ancient writers relate
that the number of these little animals was extraordinary, that they
even ran around under the feet of the mules, and it is asserted that the
traveler could see thousands on a Single day. Today it is quite rare,
and from year to year fewer specimens are to be seen. Where it still
exists in fair numbers is in the Depart颅ment of Vallenar, but in all
other districts they complain bitterly of its frightful disappearance,
to the extreme that in many districts it is almost totally extinct, as
for instance in the province of Antofagasta and Tacua.
From the high plains of Bolivia they send many Chinchilla skins
to Europe, and there they give it the name, Royal Chinchilla. Ac-cording
to Lichtenstein it is a
new species, Eriomys
Chinchilla鈥 or鈥擟hinchilla
Chinchilla. But the scientific descriptions that I have read, the pictures and the
skins that I have seen of this little animal, lead to the supposition
that it is a
variety exactly the same as ours, differing only in its slightly greater
size, (from 34 to 45 centims) and a slightly longer hair (3.5 centims),
finer and much more thick. The drawing of the colors is the same, and
now that we know that from Arica our animal seeks the slopes higher than
4,000 meters, it would not be strange if it were merely a variety which
owes itself (comes from) climatic conditions. The National Museum of
Santiago does not possess any specimen Coming from Bolivia, but I am
hoping to obtain soon some specimens of skins of animals from these
Habits and
The Information we get from the old writers, like Acosta and Molina,
about the customs of the
Chinchilla are quite rudimentary. The first person who observed it alive, in the
London Museum, was the naturalist, Bennett, in 1829.
Later on we heard something from VonTschudi in his travels to South
America; but after him there has been no more Observa颅tion.
Dr. R. A. Phillipi did not see it in his exploration of the desert of
Altacama in 1860, and his son, Don Federico Phillipi (in 1900 director
of the National Museum) did not see it either, in his visit to Tarapaca
in 1884 and 1885.
The places in which it lives are dry lands, stony and rocky, the folds of
the mountain ranges, high lands, rough places, with thistles, day
formations, small Indian com among thorny bushes, wherever the land has
cracks or is suitable for opening (digging) caves, and with preference
for the place where the carob tree grows.
Diet Varied
It feeds on grains, seeds, fruits of bushes, thistles,
tree tops, prickly pear (or Indian fig), sandillones (sandia means
watermelon in Spanish), and other thorns; dry and green grasses, French daisy or globularia alypum, plants containing bulbs, little field onions,
pin-like plants, beads of moss and of carbonillo (carbon means coal) and
liquenes. Of all the fruits it appears that it prefers the carob tree,
although its husk (or pod or hull) is quite astringent, but the seed is
sweet and resembles the taste of a nut. They are in the habit of storing
up the husks of the carob tree in their caves, and the hunters who know
that hunt not only for the Chinchillas, but also for their caves, in
order to secure the husks of the carob tree which are sold at a very
high price to European quot;curtiembres quot; (workers in tanning skins or in oak
caves made by the Chinchillas are shallow and are generally found in deep cracks, under large rocks, in
the midst of
thorns, thistles and
bushes, and in places most sheltered from wind and rain.
As you see, they also hunt places hardest to be gotten at by men, foxes,
vultures, owls and dogs, their natural enemies. What they like best is
dryness, and for that reason they build their caves on an inclination
upwards in order to avoid being flooded. They are also in the habit of
deserting their caves after some time, and of building a new one.
The place in which they want to build their cave is hunted for by the
male and the female, and turn about they manage to give it the desired
direction and size. Ordinarily they construct it in a straight line, and
after a little turn they widen it enough for use as a store-house,
sleeping room and nest at the same time. For this latter pur-pose, they
stop it up with dry grasses and soft substances.
Breeding Habits
They breed in the months of August to October, for the first time, and
then the male becomes very jealous and picks fights with the dwellers in
the neighborhood,
Utters cries like a rabbit, bites itself hard and ends up in a sad condition.
One or two months after-wards the female begins to pull out her own
hair, in order to pre-pare the bed for the young, which are from one to
six, but generally they are no less than two and no more than four. It seems that abundance
of food, and the mildness of the season has considerable influence here.
The female nurses her young with the greatest care, and continues to
pull out her own hair to furnish them with a nice, soft bed, while the
male watches the neighborhood. In this period the female gets very weak,
and its half-bare skin, all spotted, is not worth anything whatever.
Later on the mother takes her young outside of the cave and shows them
their food. As soon as they are able to feed alone, the attitude of the
female changes. The cave has now become too narrow for the family, and
when the young do not wish to abandon it, the mother drives them out by
biting them.
If it is a bad year, the pair is satisfied with one birth, but if it is
all right, the female gives birth again in February or March, and it is
also said that in good years they give birth even for the third time. It
appears that this latter case is more frequent in the provinces of
Tacna, Arica and Antofagasta; but very rare in the provinces more
towards the south.
Every time this phenomenon is produced, their months change in the
following way: The first litter falls in October, the second in January
and the third in April. These periods are also delayed occasionally by
bad weather, and that has given rise to the faise idea that they give
birth in all months of the year.
Young Grow
The young grow rapidly, and it is calculated that in
from four to six months they grow to 23 to 25 centims long, and in one
year, to a length of 28 to 30 centims. As soon as they attain this size
they form new families and then the skin is useless because they pull
out the hair. The period for growing hair falls in the months of the first conception,
which are October and November. One may believe that nature has chosen
this period in order to furnish them enough material for building their
new couch.
The habits of the Chinchilla are quite like those of the rabbit and the
rat. They run very fast, they jump more than they walk,
climb on rocks
that appear utterly smooth and hold on with their strong nails, that are
short and sharp. They let themselves fall from a high rock with great
ease; it then seems they are going to certain death, but when one draws
near to pick them up, they have already disappeared!
They move
with great rapidity, they are never
off guard, and at the
least Strange movement or
noise they run
into their caves. Only
after a long while
do they stick out
their heads to inspect the neighborhood, and then they disappear again.
At last, when they feel sure, they come out in search of food, but never
stay a long time in one place. While eating they sit on
their hind feet, support themselves a bit with the tail, lift food to
their mouth with their hands (front paws), and hold the food with them
until entirely eaten.
They spend the greater part of the day in the cave, and display greater
agility in the morning than in the evening. They never get very far away
from the cave, and they throw themselves into it at the least noise.
getting about the construction of the cave, they carelessly leave signs of
their presence about the caves, and thus show men the places where they
are to be found.
from the over 100 years old book quot; The Chinchilla quot; by
Federico Albert - Chief of the Experimental Section, Zoology and Botany.
Ministry of Public Industry And Works
10, PART 5 )p
On the sixt side he wrote:
Santiago, ( Chile ), November 21, 1900
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Chinchillas came from high up in the Andes Mountains of South
America in Peru, Chile, and Bolivia.
Wild Chinchilla colonies were hunted almost to extinction during the
1800s. In the beginning of the 20th century the South American governments
passed laws banning the hunting of Chinchillas. In terms of habitat
erosion Chinchillas are still endangered. Nowadays they can only be found
in the mountains of Bolivia at elevations of 3,000-12,000 feet, a
chinchilla eats roots, grasses, grains, bark, fruits, bulbs, leaves,
stalks, seeds and nuts. Chinchillas teeth grow throughout their life and
must be worn down. Chinchillas are low maintenance and have no foul odors
if maintained properly.
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