Does anybody know how Guineau Pigs are still alive?
Seriously, we all know that nature endows all animals with some form of gift which allows them to get by in this big bad world. Sharp teeth, claws, camouflage, the ability to run fast or hide in small holes – each one is able, somehow and some way to keep their shit together.
So how are Guinea Pigs still alive?
Think about it, they don’t have anything going for them apart from the fact that they are cute but I am guessing that your average carnivore does not give a damn whether its dinner is adorable or not – so again, how exactly did they make it this far?
They can’t run, are too fat to hide down cracks, don’t have the teeth or claws and I’m assuming don’t do hiding very well (too fat)
All of which just makes it a numbers game – they must just try to breed themselves into existence through sheer size of offspring.
Which leads me to the conclusion that Guinea Pigs must be mother nature’s version of McDonalds. Convenient, easy to get hold of and if not fast food then certainly slow food