There's this girl in Finland who kept her guinea pig with a rabbit and the guinea pig gave birth. Two of the offsprings are normal piggies, but one of them looks very weird, like a hybrid of a guinea pig and a rabbit. She showed a picture and for me it looks like a hamster with a long ear.
Is this girl just a troll or have you ever, never heard that a rabbit can make a guinea pig pregnant? Everything that I've learned says that this is NOT possible, but girl keeps saying that she's telling the truth and the guinea pig haven't been with a boar guinea pig.
I don't believe because it just isn't possible, right? RIGHT?
She has had this guinea pig for a 2 years now and she says that it has lived always with that rabbit. Although the sow has had 2 litters before but there's for a while since those (about a year).
She took the sow and babies to the vet today and she says that the vet took the weird baby so he can examine it more. "It's not a guinea pig", vet had said.
Here's the picture she showed us.
I believe she's a troll because this is just too weird for me.. But IS this possible? And if she's not a troll, what a heck is that thing?
- My piggy made me give!
I don't believe that it's scientifically possible to cross a guinea pig with a rabbit. She's smoking something funny or is a troll.
I had people going that a bat and a guinea pig can cross. I posted the pic from the member here that created it and I had people believing it for about 10 minutes before I broke down and squealed the truth.
- Supporter in '05
I swear to you. I am not kidding.
I'll see if I can dig up and and scan the pics.
They didn't last long . only a few months .. and certainly not genetically suited to continue the line.. but they lived.
- Cavies 'n Cobwebs