Male and female chinchillas needing a forever home, selling as daughter has lost interest and is not fair on them. Love being out and love their sand baths
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Chinchilla fur is one of the most valuable and the rarest possessions in the world. In ancient times, the chinchilla is hunted not for its meat but for its soft and luxurious fur. Fortunately, there are now a number of organisations supporting its conservation.