There are several physical situations in the Solar System where chaotic behaviour plays an important role. Saturn's satellite Hyperion is currently tumbling chaotically. Many of the other irregularly shaped satellites in the Solar System had chaotic rotations in the past. There are also examples of chaotic orbital evolution. Meteorites are most probably transported to Earth from the asteroid belt by way of a chaotic zone. Chaotic behaviour also seems to be an essential ingredient in the explanation of certain non-uniformities in the distribution of asteroids. The long-term motion of Pluto is suspiciously complicated, but objective criteria have not yet indicated that the motion is chaotic.