Can Hamsters See in the Dark?

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Hamsters are able to see in the dark as well as during the day, though not very sharp in both cases. Hamsters cannot see colors, and their world looks like a blur of hazy patches of light and dark grays as they can only see black and white. Hamsters are nocturnal, and so they are active during the night.
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