maybe the MAYBE answer is wrong the one on the bottom is right Guinea pigs are not related to pigs because the guinea pig is already related to rodents so if their related to rodents they can't be related to pigs.
Yes, capybara are related to guinea pigs. There are about 150 different species of guinea pigs and capybara look much like guinea pigs but bigger.
Guinea pigs are not related to pigs. Guinea pigs are called guinea pigs because of their squealing noise they make.
Actually guinea pigs are not related to cats because the guinea pig is already related to rodents so if their related to rodents they can't be related to cats.
They are not closely related. Wombats are marsupials while guinea pigs are placental mammals.
guinea pigs are part of the rodent family so they are related to mice, rats, ect. they are also surprisingly related to porcupines. they are not related to pigs.
No guinea pigs are not reptilian. Guinea pigs are mammals.
Look in the related links for a link about guinea pigs.
Guinea pigs are rodents. They are most closely related to squirrels, chinchillas and porcupines.
no. guinea pigs are not related to pigs at all. it is just a name. they are actually rodents.
Guinea pigs belong to the superorder Euarchontoglires, which includes rodents and primates. Sloths belong to the superorder Xenarthra. So guinea pigs and sloths are not closely related.
No of course not, but how ever they call it that because guinea "pigs" eat alot and go alot.