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How to Say “Guinea Pig” in Different Languages

Via Parenting Our Kids

Wondering how to say “guinea pig” in different languages? Well, you can read on to find out! If you know how to say “guinea pig” in another language that’s not listed below, comment below and I can add it to the list. ūüôā Enjoy!

French ->¬†Cochon d’Inde/Cobaye

Spanish ->Cobayo

German -> Meerschweinchen

Albanian -> Derr Indie kavie

Danish -> Marsvin

Dutch -> Guinees biggetje/Cavia

Finnish -> Marsu

Greek -> Indiko hiridio/ piramatozoo

Hungarian -> Tengeri malac

Indonesian -> Marmot

Italian -> Porcellino d’India/cavia

Japanese -> Tenjiku nezumi/marumotto

Kurd -> Miskal

Latin -> Cavia porcellus

Polish -> Swinka morska

Portuguese -> Porquinho da √ćndia/cobaia

Romanian -> Cobai

Russian -> Marskaya svinka

Spanish -> Conejillos de Indias

Swedish -> Marsvin

Turkish -> Kobay

I used this site as a reference.

michelle sig


How To Draw Guinea Pigs

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Today we’ll be posting about how to draw guinea pigs tutorials!

Something that I thought was pretty cool was this animation on Drawing Now that shows you step-by-step how to draw a realistic looking guinea pig shown below.

how to draw a guinea pig drawing now animation screenie

Another great tutorial is one from DragoArt, a popular site featuring free online drawing tutorials for kids and adults. They even have a free app you can download for Android and iOS.

how to draw a guinea pig for kids

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guinea pig drawing

This drawing above is from the book, Drawing Realistic Pets from Photographs by Lee Hammond. It is a very helpful art instruction book that offers many examples of how to draw different pets and helpful hints and tips to make your drawings look more realistic.

Drawing Realistic Pets from Photographs by Lee Hammond

Here’s another creative idea – you can create guinea pigs just by using thumbprints as shown below. The site can be found here.

Via Fany001 on DeviantArt

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