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Biological anthropology

The Family "Chinchillidae" contains two separate types of animals Genus Chinchilla and Genus Viscacha and six species are grouped under that in the following manner: Viscachas are a different animal than chinchillas, they're just grouped together in the same Family classification in the same way that okapis are different from giraffes but they're both in the Family "Giraffidae.

There are also breeds of cat called " Chinchilla Cat " and breeds of rabbit called " Chinchilla Rabbit ," but they are no relation to chinchillas other than being fellow mammals. Hyperlinks in right column go to Wikipedia to elaborate on the distinguishing attributes of the classifications: The word "chinchilla" is rooted in the language and culture of the Andes.

There are a few possible etymological explanations, the most common being that chinchilla means "little Chincha" and was coined by the Spanish who associated the animal with the Chincha NOT "Chinta" indians, who used them for food and clothing.

Another possibility is, "The common name, chinchilla, may derive from Quechua words chin meaning silent, sinchi meaning strong or courageous Grau , and a diminutive Quechua lla. Together, chinchilla would mean the strong, silent little Aleandri The name laniger is from Latin, meaning woolly. It was the official language of Tawantinsuyu, the Inca Empire. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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