I don’t know what to tell you. It is what it is.
So the Dutch have this experimental television show called Proefkonijnen (it translates to "Guinea Pigs"), where stuff like this happens. The U.S., tragically, has no such show.
Occasionally you hear of science experiments in which the experiment itself is much more interesting than the result. For example, there is a whole genre of experiments which involve putting animals on turntables and spinning them right round, baby, right round. And yes, it's actually important.
British police thought they'd hit the jackpot when their chopper's infrared-camera located a cannabis grow-house, but were surprised when all they found were a couple of Cavia porcellus by the names of Simon and Kenny reclining beside an electric heater.
We thought we had seen it all after viewing the vagina dentata flick, Teeth. We were so horribly and completely wrong. Hold on to your butts and watch the trailer for short film Roid Rage. Plus, an ET music video.
If you're a guinea pig, at least. A recent experiment found that, even though domesticated guinea pigs have smaller brains than their wild counterparts, they are noticeably better at figuring out the best route through a maze.