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Guinea Pig Food

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Guinea pig food is similar to the grub of any rodent; get pictures of a wide variety of small creatures at a pet website. When keeping these animals as pets, it is very important to separate sexually mature cavies; the females may also be rather aggressive and they also can fight for rank, but do not drive the weaker from the herd. However, of course they can also be separated to avoid high stress level in the cage. The highest rank earns the right to go wherever and whenever they want. The young animal squeals loudly until they are fed; they nurse usually not only from the mothers, but also from other lactating females. The young animals are rather active and may try to jump out of your hands. Holding them in hands you have to be very careful and attentive otherwise the fall can lead to broken bones and internal injures. Guinea pig food is similar to the grub of any rodent; get pictures of a wide variety of small creatures at a pet website.

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The mature male animals should be kept separated as they are bound to be aggressive. As the young males reach maturity, severe battles occur between them and the leader. The weaker males submit and are driven from the herd into a new location with a single female. Cavies have good vision. They are strictly herbivorous and usually forage for grasses, roots, fruits and seeds in the late afternoon and early evening. In their natural habitat these rodents prefer open, grassy areas. Nowadays they are widely used as pets all over the world. Healthy and properly carried cavy can live for 6-9 years in captivity. Guinea pig food is similar to the grub of any rodent; get pictures of a wide variety of small creatures at a pet website.

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