it ate its offspring,for one reason or another
No. This milky-like substance could be a sign of a bad infection (most likely conjectivitis), so you should get your guinea pig to the vet ASAP.
Guinea pigs clean themselves with a milky white substance that is produced in the corner of their eyes. They rub this substance on their face with their front paws. They clean the rest of their body by licking or nibbling on the fur. They then clean their nails with their front teeth.
If a guinea pig has sustained an eye injury and a milky substance is coming from it, it may be infected. The guinea pig will need to be taken to the veterinarian for some eye drops.
Everything can be poisoned. Please be specific if you want to know if it is poisoned by a particular substance.
they ate mashed peas and choked. sorry about the death, whens the funeral?
Guinea Ecuatorial =Equatorial Guinea
Four:Equatorial GuineaGuineaPapua New GuineaGuinea-Bissau
French Guinea became the Republic of Guinea in 1958.There are 4 unrelated countries that use the word Guinea:The Republic of GuineaEquatorial GuineaGuinea-BissauPapua New Guinea
Yes, Guinea is a country in Africa. It is also called the Republic of Guinea. Sometimes it is called Guinea-Conakry to distinguish it from other Guinea countries.Guinea is often confused with the following unrelated countries:Equatorial GuineaGuinea-BissauPapua New Guinea
There are 4 countries with the word "Guinea" in their names:The Republic of GuineaEquatorial GuineaGuinea-BissauPapua New Guinea
No. Under British rule, it was called Gambia Colony and Protectorate.The guinea countries were:British Guinea, now Papua New GuineaDanish Guinea,now Ghana, West AfricaDutch Guinea, now Indonesian PapuaFrench Guinea, now the Republic of GuineaGerman Guinea, another name for the former colonies of Kamerun and Togoland in West AfricaGerman Guinea, now Papua New GuineaPortuguese Guinea, now Guinea-BissauSpanish Guinea, now Equatorial GuineaSwedish Guinea, now Ghana, West AfricaToday there are only 4 Guinea countries:Papua New GuineaGuinea-Bissauthe Republic of GuineaEquatorial Guinea
Yes! Definately! I know of guinea-pigs that eat it all the time! It is normal behaviour and is simply alike to us humans eating biscuits. Don't worry! Other weird things that guinea-pigs will eat include; Wood Their cage! Newspaper PS. Never attempt to feed guinea-pigs, (or any other creature for that matter), any substance that may be regarded as harmful.
There are 3 countries in Africa with Guinea in their name:The Republic of GuineaEquatorial GuineaGuinea-Bissau
American Guinea PigAbyssinian Guinea PigSkinny PigSilkie Guinea PigPeruvian Guinea PigTeddy Guinea PigTexel Guinea Pig
There are 3 unrelated countries in Africa that contain the name Guinea:The Republic of GuineaEquatorial GuineaGuinea-Bissau
EQ Guinea = Equatorial Guinea
Guinea-Bissau is on the Northwest border of the Republic of Guinea.
No. Also, there aren't any guinea pigs in Equatorial Guinea.
EQ Guinea = Equatorial Guinea
No. French Guinea became the Republic of Guinea in 1958. The Republic of Guinea is an independent country.
The Republic of Guinea is in Africa.Equatorial Guinea is in AfricaGuinea-Bissau is in AfricaThe island of New Guinea is in Oceania, which is associated with the region of Australia.
No, Papua New Guinea is in the Pacific. It is the country on the eastern half of the island of New Guinea, although it is sometimes called New Guinea for short. The western half of New Guinea is Indonesian territory. Papua New Guine and New Guinea are completely different to the country of Guinea (officially the 'Republic of Guinea') in west Africa.
Spanish Guinea ended in 1968, when it became Equatorial Guinea.
Guinea Ecuatorial = Equatorial Guinea