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Capybaras and Their "Digestive Do-overs"

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Capybaras and Their "Digestive Do-overs"
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A Short Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.47

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    Sobkowski, capybara, digestive, digest, do-overs, knowing, meals, photo, term, daily, pounds, however, order, exactly, such, possible
     content words:    National Zoo

Other Languages
     Spanish: Los carpinchos y sus "repeticiones digestivas"


Capybaras and Their "Digestive Do-overs"
By Erin Horner
  

1     Capybara at National Zoo, Washington, D.C. photo by A. Sobkowski.
 
2     Last night I made pizza for dinner. It was really good. I ate until I was stuffed. Then I wrapped up the three pieces that were left over. I love leftovers. I love knowing that I will get to enjoy a yummy meal a second time. Did you know that some animals like to enjoy their meals a second time, too? I wouldn't exactly call these second servings "leftovers." Maybe "digestive do-overs" is a better term. The capybara is one such animal.

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