Which exotic animals make the perfect pets? Do low maintenance unique animals exist? These are all widespread questions that don’t really have objectively ‘true’ solutions. All pets require the owner to offer some extent of care, and there aren’t any pets which are for everyone.
One facet be aware that no one instructed me until recently: Guinea pigs haven’t any sweat glands, try to maintain them in normal tempatures. Do NOT wash them yourselves. That is what my vet advised me because they get so stressed out with the water shock they can have a heart attack (that was sufficient to scare me) so for a small fee she does it for me, still scares him but not enough to hurt him.
With the exception of a few, I’ve read over the comments on your page. I applaud your capability to remain mature and effectively-worded within the face of illogical and moronic arguments. I am not sure that I would have been in a position to refrain from less constructive word selections- a minimum of not without walking away for a number of hours.
States that ban some fish species do so for environmental reasons, resembling defending native species or the worry that a fish will turn out to be invasive if launched. Some restricted species in lots of states embody snakeheads (Channa sp.), walking catfish, and lampreys, which have precipitated huge ecological injury in some elements of the U.S. Banned species are quite a few, and fluctuate tremendously in different states.
Until I was about 10, I thought having a monkey would be super. Then a new lady moved to town and invited me to visit her dwelling and her monkeys. Of course I was really excited to meet some monkeys up close and personal – till it truly happened. As you described, they had been housed in cages and not pleased. Rather than being friendly and glad to come back out to be held, they bit! It was straightforward to see they weren’t pleased with their lives and not thankful for dwelling in a house, etc. Ever since, I have discouraged anyone who suggests they want a monkey as a pet.