Capybaras are not only the world's greatest rodents, they are also the world's greatest animals bar none. And now two of them, appropriately named Bonnie and Clyde, are on the lam after busting out of Toronto's High Park Zoo on May 24. The search for the brobdingnagian guinea pigs has been going on for 3 weeks.
Canadian city's residents have taken to the streets (and social media) in an attempt to help officials find the giant rodents and lure them back into captivity.
Easier said than done. It's been more than three weeks since the pair, now nicknamed Bonnie and Clyde, made a break for it while being transferred to a new enclosure. And so far, attempts to recapture the rodents of interest have come up empty handed.
By the way, capybaras aren't guinea pigs, but they are related. Here's a video of a baby capybara getting to know a guinea pig: