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Two Cute Guinea Pigs Puzzle Details:

About: Guinea pigs are large rodents; the common pet breeds weigh between 700 and 1,200 g when full grown and measure between 20 and 25 cm (8 and 10 in) in length and despite their common name, guinea pigs are not native to Guinea, nor are they biologically related to pigs. In today's new puzzle we feature two cute cavies, eating and playing in the grass. The guinea pig's natural diet is grass; their molars are particularly suited for grinding plant matter and grow continuously throughout their life.

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