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Gonyou, H.W., (2001). The social behaviour of pigs. In "Social Behaviour in Farm Animals", eds. Keeling, L.J., and Gonyou, H.W. CABI, Oxford. Guerrini, Anita (2003). Experimenting with Humans and Animals. Johns Hopkins. p.42. ISBN 978-0-8018-7196-2.

Successful pig-to-human kidney transplant a "transformative moment" ". www.yahoo.com. 20 October 2021 . Retrieved 2 November 2021. Institute for Laboratory Animal Research (1995). Nutrient Requirements of Laboratory Animals (4thed.). National Academies Press. p.106. ISBN 978-0-309-05126-2. You must have your licence with you whenever you’re walking your pig, and you’ll need to renew it every year. Report and record movements Guinea pigs have developed a different biological rhythm from their wild counterparts, and have longer periods of activity followed by short periods of sleep in between. [12] Activity is scattered randomly throughout the day; aside from an avoidance of intense light, no regular circadian patterns are apparent. [12] Although this cat has accepted these guinea pigs, the success of interspecies interaction depends on the individual animals.Pumpiggy • Reindessa • Crove • Poley • Mr. Stitchy • Owell • Frostiggy • Primrose • Bess • Gold Piggy • Phenna • Anteo • Laura • Bakari • Sentinel • Mr. Bliss • Gryffyn • Ombra • Fergus • Shardantus • Marley Russell • Glenn • Jakayla • Carver • Duocara • Bela • Meisery • Eelektra Algers, Bo; Uvnäs-Moberg, Kerstin (1 June 2007). "Maternal behavior in pigs". Hormones and Behavior. Reproductive Behavior in Farm and Laboratory Animals11th Annual Meeting of the Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology. 52 (1): 78–85. doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2007.03.022. PMID 17482189. S2CID 9742677. Torrejón, Fernando; Cisternas, Marco; Araneda, Alberto (2004). "Efectos ambientales de la colonización española desde el río Maullín al archipiélago de Chiloé, sur de Chile"[Environmental effects of the spanish colonization from de Maullín river to the Chiloé archipelago, southern Chile]. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural (in Spanish). 77 (4): 661–677. doi: 10.4067/s0716-078x2004000400009. The Chinese refer to the animal as 豚鼠 ( túnshǔ, "pig mouse"), and sometimes as 荷蘭豬 ( hélánzhū, 'Netherlands pig') or 天竺鼠 ( tiānzhúshǔ, "Indian mouse"). The Japanese word for guinea pig is モルモット ( morumotto), which derives from the name of another mountain-dwelling rodent, the marmot. This is what the guinea pigs were called by Dutch traders, who first brought them to Nagasaki in 1843. The other, and less common, Japanese word for guinea pig, using kanji, is 天竺鼠 (てんじくねずみ or tenjiku-nezumi), which literally translates as "India rat". [75] Diet A silver agouti guinea pig eating grass, the staple of the diet, which is often replaced with hay.

Rooting is an instinctual behavior in pigs that is characterized by a pig nudging its snout into something. Similar to a cat's kneading, rooting is found comforting. It first happens when piglets are born to obtain their mother's milk, and can become a habitual, obsessive behavior which is most prominent in animals weaned too early. [71] Often, pigs will root and dig into the ground to forage for food. [71] By means of rooting, pigs have been used to till farmland. [ citation needed] Spotorno, A. E.; Manríquez, G.; Fernández, L. A.; Marín, J. C.; González, F.; Wheeler, J. (2007). "Domestication of guinea pigs from a southern Peru-northern Chile wild species and their middle pre-Columbian mummies". In Kelt, D. A.; Lessa, E.P.; Salazar-Bravo, J.; Patton, J. L. (eds.). The quintessential naturalist: honoring the life and legacy of Oliver P. Pearson. University of California Publications in Zoology. Vol.134. Berkeley: University of California Press. pp.367–388. ISBN 9780520098596. OCLC 122715394. Chirping, a less common sound, likened to bird song, seems to be related to stress or discomfort, or when a baby guinea pig wants to be fed. Very rarely, the chirping will last for several minutes. listen ⓘ Corbet and Hill (1992), referred to in Wilson, D. E.; Reeder, D. M., eds. (2005). Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference (3rded.). Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 978-0-8018-8221-0. OCLC 62265494.Adkins, Ronald; etal. (1 May 2001). "Molecular Phylogeny and Divergence Time Estimates for Major Rodent Groups: Evidence from Multiple Genes" (PDF). Molecular Biology and Evolution. 18 (5): 777–791. doi: 10.1093/oxfordjournals.molbev.a003860. PMID 11319262. Li, Mingzhou; Chen, Lei; Tian, Shilin; Lin, Yu; Tang, Qianzi; Zhou, Xuming; Li, Diyan; Yeung, Carol K. L.; Che, Tiandong; Jin, Long; Fu, Yuhua (1 May 2017). "Comprehensive variation discovery and recovery of missing sequence in the pig genome using multiple de novo assemblies". Genome Research. 27 (5): 865–874. doi: 10.1101/gr.207456.116. ISSN 1088-9051. PMC 5411780. PMID 27646534. a b c d Reid, Mary Elizabeth (1958). The Guinea Pig in Research. Human Factors Research Bureau. pp.62–70. Progress in Xenotransplantation Opens Door to New Supply of Critically Needed Organs". NYU Langone News . Retrieved 2 November 2021. Moores, JR (January 2017). "Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – Feed the Rats". Record Collector. No.462 . Retrieved 5 February 2021.

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