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  • Over 50 pages on guinea pigs and guinea pig diseases

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- 'The art of veterinary science' (.pdf)

Did you know...

- An unspayed female ferret is called a jill while a spayed female is a sprite. An intact male is a hob and a neutered male is called a gib. Baby ferrets are called kits.
- Ferrets have been domesticated for thousands of years; in fact, on the walls of some Egyptian tombs there are pictures of ferret-like creatures on leashes.
- All ferret kits have white fur at birth.
- Ferrets are members of the mink family.
- Ferrets can sleep so soundly that they cannot be woken up even when picked up and jostled.
- A small ferret may be able to squeeze through a hole just over an inch in diameter.

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