Monday, May 12, 2014
The lonely male capybara usually strikes at midnight. It searches for unguarded monkey eggs before they hatch, then it carries each, one by one through the jungles to create a new kingdom.
The capybara will summon a thunderstorm from the south and sit on the eggs until they hatch. Once hatched, the monkey hatchlings will revere as the capybara’s underlings and serve it with affection, fruit puree, and act out the capybara’s weirdest fantasies.