Pig poop, is also a noun, by those of us who have walked in it, washed it off our boots, and never been able get away from its distinct and unforgetable smell.
Pig S*** in the venacular and informal speech.
(I got a 50 year high school graduation class reunion comming up; one of the people spent his youth on a hog farm; he became an IT person and has never stopped talking about pig s***; every time we've had a class reunion over the last 50 years he has talked about getting away from the hog farm and the pig manure).
Pigs poop (a really childish way to talk about the pig's waste disposal processes) the same way as other mammals.
Mammmals, unlike birds and other reptiles, have separate systems for removing solid and liquid waste products from their bodies. 'Poop'* is solid waste (urine is the fluid waste). The solid waste disposal system extracts nutrients and recovers the water used in the processing and then eleminates the waste at the end of the water recovery process. The results contains both the by-products of nutrient breakdown, and additional substances which are no longer useful to the body.
The pigs digestive system is a lot like the human beings.
In the reptile and the bird, a close cousin, both soild and fluid proceed through out the same system. The single organ is called the cloaca, after the famous open sewer in ancient Rome.
*pig manure is a better description; feces is generally reserved for human mammals.
About but not quite. guinea pigs brains are bigger than poop.
guinea pigs usually dont eat their poop.
they live in there own poop
Pigs poop from their bums like everyone else. Technically, this is called an anus and is located just under the pig's tail.
Guinea pigs have pea sized bladders.They need to poop about every 15 to 20 minutes.
Yes - Horses poop more than pigs - unless you over feed the pig. Pigs can do well on small amounts of high energy feed.
everywhere and in great volume.
Yes, guinea pigs cant digest all their vitamin c. So they will occasionally eat their poop or each other's poop to get all the vitamin c they need.
Of course they do. Is this a stupid question...
Yes, to both.
Pigs the dirty creatures
take it to a vet
they have no knowing where theyre pooing
Yes definitely, They are mammals and function on very much the same basis as humans do. Pigs Think, breathe, bleed, eat, urinate and defecate (poop), like all animals.
Guinea pigs will poop in spots where they go a lot like around their food bowl, timothy hay, toys, or water bottle.
They eat their poop, because they know it is good for them. They have two sacks in their anus. One, they keep cleaner for them to eat and the other, is for normal poop.
I'm not sure what you mean big large but all of my guinea pigs poop are the size of a tic-tac. it kinda looks like a chocolate tic-tac.
its okay if guinea pigs eat their own poop because they don't get enough mineral so they eat their own poop to get it so its okayYeah what she said all though its like Poop it isn't well squishy they eat so they can digest their food properly too.This type of poop contains vitamins, minerals and some proteins that were not absorbed when ingested first time. So in order to get these vitamins, minerals and proteins into their system, guinea pigs reingest this type of poop.
depends on da pig and its liking of food