I Can Has Cheezburger?

Awwdorable Facts About Kune Kune Pigs and Piglets (Viral Thread)

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    "There seems to be a critical shortage of these chaps on Imgur, thought I'd share ours"

    Organism
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    "Kune Kunes, pronounced "cooney cooney", hail from New Zealand. The name, in Maori, means "fat and round", as demonstrated here by Penny and Hamlet. One of their key traits is their short snoots, that limit their ability to tear up the terrain."

    Grass
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    "As a result, these guys are considered "grazing pigs". Ours live very happily on pasture with our goats during the summer, and alfalfa hay in the winter."

    Grass
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    "Until they pop! Anywhere from 5-12 bacon seeds are born to a litter, at which point the dams need more calories (grain) to support the growing horde."

    Organism
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  • 5

    "Little snausages at 2 days of age."

    Skin
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    "2 weeks"

    Grass
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    "4 weeks and too big to fit into pumpkin for gratuitous photo shoot."

    Grass
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    "This breed is extremely docile and loving. They get along great with other species."

    Grass
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    "Our cats love hanging out with them."

    Carnivore
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    "With their hairy coats and thick layer of lard, these guys do remarkably well in northern climates (US)."

    Winter
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  • 11

    "Lots of bedding is key."

    Organism
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    Terrestrial animal
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    "Christmas lights are also critical for winter welfare."

    Snout
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  • 14

    "Willy about to discover gravity."

    Winter
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    "Snippy's morning ablutions in the fresh snow."

    Winter
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    "Unibrows - all the rage."

    Winter
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    "Oscar and Tulip thank you for your attention and wish you a cracking good day."

    Skin

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