Can two female hamsters live in the same cage?

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Some species of hamsters can live on the same cage. The Syrian hamsters prefer to live as individuals and are very territorial. However, dwarf hamsters are communal and do live together especially if they are siblings and have lived together since birth.
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You could visit petco.com or petsmart.com and get a cage divider. They are like $5.99.
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