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First interesting thing I've found is this image. A quick google search has confirmed this picture is 100% accurate. I'll attach the link down below but this is the most relevant part from the article.
>Without her rent-a-guinea pig service, the owner would have to purchase a new, probably younger guinea pig as a companion to the ageing survivor, whose eventual death would force the purchase of yet another guinea pig, locking the owner into an endless cycle of guinea pig purchases in order to adhere to Swiss law – even though he or she may only ever have wanted one guinea pig in the first place.https://abcnews.go.com/International/rent-guinea-pig-service-takes-off-switzerland/story?id=14573692
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I can confirm that this is interesting. Please continue.
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Looking forward to updates.
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Hey I haven't seen anything cool but I do know a neat little fact. Birds feet don't freeze because their little veins are woven in such a way that their blood transfers heat from the warm blood going into the feet, to the cold blood that's leaving their feet.
>Rete mirabile — Latin for "wonderful net" — is a fine, netlike pattern of arteries that interweaves blood from a bird's heart with the veins carrying cold blood from its feet and legs. The system cools the blood so the little blood that goes down to the feet is already cold, so the birds don't lose much heat.https://birdnote.org/show/why-birds-feet-dont-freeze
Neat tidbit and nice doubles btw.