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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What is the animal Hamster known for?

Hamsters are small, furry rodents that belong to the subfamily Cricetinae.

There are diverse and colorful species, which range from the tiny Roborovski hamster to the large European hamster.

Hamsters are popular as pets, especially the Syrian hamster, which is also called the teddy bear hamster.

They are nocturnal or crepuscular lifestyle, which means they are most active at night or during dawn and dusk.

Hamsters are omnivorous, their diet includes plants, grains, insects.

They carry food in their spacious cheek pouches.

They are known for their solitary and territorial nature, which makes them aggressive towards other hamsters of the same or different species.

Hamsters have long incisor teeth, which never stop growing and need to be worn down by chewing on hard materials.

Also they are known for their reproductive capacity, which can result in up to 24 babies in a litter.

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What does the Hamster look like?

A hamster is a small rodent that belongs to the subfamily Cricetinae, which contains 19 species classified in seven genera.
Hamsters are popular as pets because they are cute, furry and easy to care for.
They have internal cheek pouches that they use to store food and carry it back to their burrows.
Hamsters come in different sizes and colors, depending on the species.
The smallest hamster is the dwarf desert hamster, which is only 5 to 10 cm long, while the largest hamster is the common hamster, which can grow up to 34 cm long.

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