guinea pig


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Synonyms for guinea pig

a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures

stout-bodied nearly tailless domesticated cavy

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Now tests on guinea pigs in 2018 and 2017 have been detailed in the American Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
Like most babies, these small piggies are very cute but they require a lot of care, attention andspace, and any owner needs to consider whether they can meet their needs before adopting, buying or breeding Guinea pigs.
7, Portland Guinea Pig Rescue tweeted that Blueberry and After Pie, the 'sqirreliest pair' had found new homes.
Chirping--This is the rarest of all guinea pig sounds.
There is space for 20 to 30 guinea pigs in her specially-built shed, and roughly the same number are fostered by other animal lovers across the region while they search for a permanent home.
We went to a school in Nottinghamshire where children were reading to rabbits and we thought let's try it here with guinea pigs.
Some guinea pigs may develop a vitamin C deficiency even when they have enough of the vitamin in their diet.
Later the same day a member of staff logged a death in custody - unbelievably it was the guinea pig.
Ross the guinea pig (main) is among the animals at Bryn y Maen animal centre waiting for new owners to come forward Picture: HADYN IBALL
Just like larger pets, the rewards you get from a guinea pig are directly related to the time you invest in them.
When one of his pets falls ill, the narrator is more concerned with curing the guinea pig and continuing his research than he is when one of his sons is hospitalized at the same time.
Gilbert and his class, multiplied with another guinea pig to five guinea pigs, and then to twenty eight weeks later
Lars Lewejohann worked with a team of researchers from the University of Munster, Germany, to investigate the differing abilities of the two types of guinea pig.
I WOULD never have imagined it would take a guinea pig to make me marvel at the wonders of computer-generated effects.