Deffinatly yes, but the classroom has to keep proper care and a classmate will have to bring home the guinea pig(s) every night and weekend to keep and eye on it and feed it. Guinea pigs make wonderful and sweet little pets as do many other rodents too. Guinea pigs as classroom pets will entertain and delight small children and they will also calm them down when it is happily snuffling around on the floor. They will also teah them how to be gentle and caring to other creatures. So, YES, GUINEA PIGS MAKE VERRY GOOD CLASS PETS.
Pigs are related to hogs and boars.
all things that eat have to poop so yes
Yes a baby pig is called a piglet.
It is rare but not unheard of, especially when "swine flu". There have been several notable occasions when pigs fell from the sky, having actually been THROWN through the air by natural or man-made explosions. None of the pigs is reported to have survived the ordeal.
Giving birth to a litter of piglets.
Rule of thumb, when the baby is moving around by itself, "Thats not to say you can't touch it", to pick it up, whatever the mother and baby are being held in, and the guinea pig has a lot of fur, you do not want to discourage the mother from nursing the baby. some mothers are very caring and some are ruthless when it comes to nursing. By your question it sounds like you have a caring mother guinea pig.
It's spelled porcine.
Pigs do not inherently stink, but they can develop unpleasant odors if their living conditions are not adequately maintained. Proper hygiene and waste management are essential for odor control.
The oldest living pig on record lived for 22 years.
The author's purpose in the story "The Case of the Earthenware Pig" is to entertain and engage the reader through a mystery plot. The story follows the detective, Horace Sleuth, as he solves the case of a missing pig statue. The author uses humor and clever twists to keep the reader entertained and guessing until the end.
The three most common traits are:
with their legs
Pigs have a semi rough skin that can become calloused. It covers the exterior of the animal and contains some hairs.
The ISBN of Interstellar Pig is 0-14-037595-3.
Yes, and it is the most stinky thing you can imagine. It is worse than baby diapers.
Warner Brothersâ?? â??Looney Tunesâ?? character Porky Pig has a perpetual stutter. Normally well meaning and minding his own business, he usually becomes entangled in situations with arch-nemesis, Daffy Duck. He has also had altercations with Charlie Dog, Do-Do and Marvin The Martian.
A group of young piglets is called a litter; this is particularly so while they are still young enough to be kept with their mother.
Once the pigs are grown they are called a herd. Also, in some countries where pigs are still moved on the hoof, they can be known as a drove.
pigs live in a farm or a reserved area. they live in a fenced area known as a pigpen.
After a couple days its ok to start handling your snake again. However, it takes about 3 -4 days for your burmese to digest its prey. Like the Retic, they move their food through their systems very quickly. That's why they can be fed a couple times a week if they're young.
yes you can if you want babies, it is very unlikely to have just a female and male together not having babies.
also be careful because once the mother has had babies the father could possibly kill them.
i dont know what do u call a lot of pigs?!
either the ribs or the bacon, considering the lipid content some may find those parts to be succulent and flavorful.
pigs are notoriously clean and healthy animals. i have worked with pigs in the past and the only problems i usually saw with them was their feet were bad due to unclean living conditions and no grooming. and their skin was bad due to the same thing, people think pigs love to roll around in mud and get dirty all the time but that is untrue. pigs love being clean and prefer clean water to dirt any day. if you wish to get a pig , if you keep its area clean of debris and other things filthy. (they can have mud just make sure they have plenty of room to get out of the mud) ensure your pigs always have clean food and water, and check their feet to make sure the hooves aren't too long. then your vet care should be as low as one or two checkups per year. hope this helps.