What do iberian pigs eat?
Siberian guinea pigs eat the same things as other guinea pigs, hay (as their 'daily bread'), grains, grass, carrots and cucumber.
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yes,if they get vicious enough they will eat other pigs
An Iberian is a resident of or descendant of a resident of the Iberian Peninsula of Europe which include a small portion of France, all of Andorra, Gibralter, Portugal and Spa…in, in other words, an individual from a specific geographic area, not a political boundary.
Iberian (or Spanish) lynx rely on the Iberian Peninsula's and Spain's rabbit population for the staple of its diet, with other mammals and birds when rabbit is unavailable.
it eats rodents, birds, small reptiles and amphibians
Pigs will eat anything. And I mean anything. At my house, we've had a total of 20 pigs. At first we thought they wouldn't eat meat but one time, by accident, we gave them some… frozen stew that turned out to have beef in it and they LOVED IT! So they will eat anything at all. In the wild they eat berries and grubs but you can also feed them your scraps of food from your house.
It takes time and patience but they will start to eat when they feel comfortable and trust you
\nTheir prey is the European Rabbit, (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
Mainly wild rabbits (European rabbits - Oryctolagus cuniculus). This prey species represents 80% to 95% of its diet. They can also prey on small mammals or birds like partridg…es or ducks.
An Iberian is an ancient name given to peoples of the Bronze Age who inhabited the Iberian Peninsula. The name "Iberian" is derived from the ancient name of the Ebro River, th…e Iberus, which was also used by the Ancient Greeks for the name of what today is called Spain (Iberia). The Iberian Peninsula is located in southwest Europe, consisting of present-day Portugal and Spain, which are separated from the remainder of the European continent by the Pyrenees Mountain Range to the northeast and separated from the African continent by the Strait of Gibraltar.
A pig is a real garbage gut. It will eat anything including urine, excrement, dirt, decaying animal flesh, maggots, or decaying vegetables. They will even eat the cancerous gr…owths off other pigs or animals, but thats as close as it gets really, unless its a domestic animal and its fed pork, hope thats helped. .
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Theoretically, yes, but that has only happened approximately 3 times in the history of the universe. Pigs prefer foods that are very moist and gushy, if you will, so they woul…d have to be extremely parched for this action to occur, but yes...it could technically occur
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they can eat food from the pet store but they wont eat the dried corn also hay that rabbits eat