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How Do Hamsters Live In The Wild?

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Hamsters are rodents quite similar to mice and rats. An adult hamster is about 5-inches long and weighs nearly 4 ounces. They are often used in laboratory because they get many of the diseases which afflict human-beings.

Hamsters live all by their selves or alone in the wild. The hamster is a proud animal and likes to mark its territory as its own. No wonder, you will have to buy a separate cage if you are buying more than one as pets. Hamster living together can fight and bite each other in a bid to claim territory and their right to food. In the wild they eat many kinds of grain, seeds, and plant material. Quite fascinatingly, in the wild, the male and female hamsters come together only during the mating season. After mating, the babies are born in 14-16 days. The female hamster becomes very aggressive when she has a litter of babies. In fact the mother can even harm her babies when aggravated. If you want to take the hamster from the wild and tame it, the best period to do so is when it is three or four weeks old.
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Syrian hamsters originate from syria especially in the dessert where they would live underground
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My hamster lived in the wild for 8 weeks in the city
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They have underground burrows, with different sections eg. A section for food storage, a sleeping section etc.
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They always live in a small cage
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I think that the hamster should have a house that in the cage that they are living!!
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I think they should play as happy as they want if they have a very nice home like usually does!
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Hamsters live in the wild but only for a little while cause fat stupid bears eat them
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They can't I live in the wild or they'll DIE there no food that would fit there diet DUH
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I think they can't live in wild.it is because they are such a small animal,they will be eaten away by birds ect.and they don't know how to find their own food and that may cause them to be very hungry and die.

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