Can Guinea Pigs Swim?


Guinea pigs can swim though they do not like being in aquatic environments. The fear of aquatic environments has been linked to an evolutionary trait in guinea pigs that makes them avoid habitats where their predators live. Guinea pigs typically live for 5-6 years.
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Guinea pigs can swim, but they don't really like to do it! If you want to try and let your guinea pig swim, you should also watch it to make sure that it can stay above the water. It may need your help!
Gunie pigs can swim. However you shouldnt let them swim for long. They will get very stressed out. Also you shouldnt give a gunie pig a bath but once a month.
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