While it is not certain how many capybaras it takes to change a light bulb, it looks like these 11 capybaras want no part of it.
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Eleven members of the world's largest species of rodents can be seen in a picture huddling together under a covered patio as they waited out a storm earlier this week.
「雨のひどかね〜」— 長崎バイオパーク公式 (@ngsbiopark) April 7, 2016
Interestingly enough, capybaras are semi-aquatic animals, existing both on land and in watery habitats in the wild.
The Nagasaki Bio Park in Japan, home to the clustering capybaras, tweeted the image with a caption in Nagasaki dialect, imagining a dialogue between the animals:
"I wonder how hard it is raining today."
"The wind is blowing on me."
"I will not do anything today."
With over 14,000 retweets and 13,000 likes, the tweet is taking the web by storm.
Twitter users are even responding to the Nagasaki Bio Park, sending well wishes for the capybaras to stay warm and dry.
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One Twitter user even Photoshopped the image to look like a scene from My Neighbor Totoro, a famous Japanese animated movie where the protagonist Totoro wears a leaf on his head to protect himself from the rain.