Herd Of Capybaras Enjoy Warm-Fruit Bath In Chilly Weather; Twitter Calls It Goals

As we enjoy the limited winter days in the city, the struggle to take a bath is getting real. It is very difficult to take a shower during this chilly weather. While hostel students avoid baths due to lack of warm water others just don’t do it out to laziness.

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Now, whatever your reason is, taking a bath is imperative for hygiene reasons. And if you need motivation then watch this adorable video of a group of Capybaras enjoying a hot yuzu bath. After all, who doesn’t want to relax in a hot tub of water in this freezing weather?

Check out the clip shared by Twitter user Johnny Sun:

Yuzu bath is a Japanese tradition where a fragrant fruit is put in the water to enhance the bathing experience. In the minute-long video, a bunch of capybaras can be seen standing in an enclosure that is filled with steaming hot water and has yuzus floating in it. According to News18, the capybaras are really enjoying themselves as fresh hot water pours into their Yuzu bath.

Many people were envious of the rodents’ splendid bath arrangements:

Many people didn’t know what a Capybara is and took wild guesses about the creatures in the hot bath:

In case you are wondering, the capybara is a mammal native to South America and is the largest living rodent in the world. Also, yuzu is a citrus fruit which is a hybrid of mandarin orange and the ichang papeda. Are you inspired to take a warm and relaxing bath after watching this video? Let us know in the comments below.