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Safe foods for hamsters. A clear hamster icon means you can go ahead and give it to your hamster without worry; an “X” over the hamster icon means you should never give that item to your hamster; and an “S” refers to it being safe sometimes or some foods within that section being safe Key: Red = Syrian/Golden Hamsters Yellow = Roborovski Dwarf Hamsters Green = Chinese Dwarf Hamsters Blue = Djungarian Hamsters/Russian Winter White Hamsters Purple = Campbell’s Dwarf Hamsters

Safe foods for hamsters. A clear hamster icon means you can go ahead and give it to your hamster without worry; an “X” over the hamster icon means you should never give that item to your hamster; and an “S” refers to it being safe sometimes or some foods within that section being safe Key: Red = Syrian/Golden Hamsters Yellow = Roborovski Dwarf Hamsters Green = Chinese Dwarf Hamsters Blue = Djungarian Hamsters/Russian Winter White Hamsters Purple = Campbell’s Dwarf Hamsters

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10 Steps To Care For Your Hamster. MORE IN THE LINK.4Do not buy them plastic tubes.5Your hamster needs enough bedding to dig and build tunnels... http://how-to-care-for-hamsters.tumblr.com/post/108186363215/10-steps-to-care-for-your-hamster-long-post

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It's everyone's favorite classroom pet! Help Humphrey the Hamster find his way back to his cage.

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A rodent-eating snake and a hamster have developed an unusual bond at a zoo in Tokyo, Japan. Their relationship began when zookeepers presented the hamster to the snake as a meal. However, the rat snake (named Aochan) refused to eat the rodent. The two now share a cage, and the hamster sometimes falls asleep sitting on top of his natural foe. Zookeepers have since named the hamster ‘Gohan’ – the Japanese word for meal. How adorable.

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