Abyssinian Guinea Pig Behavior








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“Taj is a purebred Abyssinian fixed male, 2 years ... The one in the photo is actually a guinea pig harness from Petsmart, size large. He outgrew that one, too.” (Barbara’s casual remark about “a guinea pig harness” raises the question: Is.

Pet subjects: rabbit behaviour and toothpaste for dogs
Is this behaviour of any significance ... can help to keep these tooth surfaces plaque-free. My 15-year-old Abyssinian cat has a generalised “twitch”. He has had it for some years, but recently it’s been occurring more and more — often a few.

WYFP?!? The Big Orange Doofus Edition
He's part Abyssinian and part Asian Leopard Cat ... Miss T when we rescued them - and a stray my ex picked up many years ago. ) We've lost a little guinea pig as well, and she took that pretty hard. I guess that's part of it, it's so sad when they die.

Pets are increasingly pampered as part of the family - Worcester Telegram
Call them fur babies or fur kids: Pets have become recognized over the past decades more as family members than as their traditional role of hunters, physical protectors or farm help, according to animal behavior specialist Dr. Nicholas H. Dodman from.

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The genes that turned wildcats into kitty cats - Science AAAS
“This is the closest thing to a smoking gun we've ever had,” says Greger Larson, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom who has studied the domestication of pigs , dogs, and other animals. “We're much ... some of.

Cultural Chemistry - Part 2 of 3: Our Caffeinated Culture: how much is too much?
Natasha Mitchell: Natasha Mitchell with All in the Mind on ABC Radio National. Today picking up on our Cultural Chemistry series... ...with a coffee experiment and I'm your guinea pig. Gavin Lambert ... caffeine's impact on our behaviour and health.

There once was an ugly duckling: North African hornbill hatches looking like a dinosaur because it only has a few tufts of feathers
This chick looks like it belongs in the Jurassic era, but the Abyssinian Ground Hornbill was actually hatched just 42 days ago at at Exmoor Zoo to proud parents Brutus and Bronte. Although it has still to be named because its gender has not been confirmed.

PCA, Razib around the world (a little)
I have put up a few posts warning readers to be careful of confusing PCA plots with real genetic variation. PCA plots are just ways to capture variation in large data sets and extract out the independent dimensions. Its great at detecting population.

Are Cats Domesticated? - The New Yorker
In a study published last year, Warren and his colleagues analyzed DNA from several wildcats and breeds of domestic cat, including an Abyssinian named Cinnamon. ... In other cases, hunger draws a wild animal—dogs, chickens, guinea pigs , cats—to human.

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Pets are increasingly pampered as part of the family
Call them fur babies or fur kids: Pets have become recognized over the past decades more as family members than as their traditional role of hunters, physical protectors or farm help, according to animal behavior ... bring in guinea pigs for annual checkups.

Why is a Guinea Pig Called a Guinea Pig? - GlobeNewsWire (press release)
SAN DIEGO, Sept. 27, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The guinea pig : They aren't from New Guinea and they aren't pigs, so where did the name come from and what makes them so special? Petco™ is helping to answer this question and more by educating&nbsp.

Christianity, evolution, and Bambi Theology
I just came across a brief but insightful interview at the Collegeville Institute for Ecumencial and Cultural Research. Janet Kragt Bakker interviews Christopher Southgate on the how Christian faith engages theologically the harsh realities of evolutionary.