Can Two Hamsters Live Together?

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Two hamsters can live together but it depends on the type of hamster, if you want to have Winter White Siberian, or Campbell dwarf Russian hamsters the answer is yes. But if you have a Syrian hamster, frequently called the 'Teddy Bear Hamster', then it is impossible. Syrian hamsters are solitary and one may kill the other.
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about 3 to 4.
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An unusually healthy hamster may survive to twice the average life expectancy: five to six years. Some domestic hamster strains, including popular breeds like the "teddy bear
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1) Decide which costs are shared, and which are separate. If groceries are shared, then groceries are shared, trying to estimate who eats more is hopeless. 2) Get a shared account
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Simply because most hamsters seen at pet stores are quite young, and even Syrian hamsters can be kept together at a young age. Usually by about 8-10 weeks, they must be separated,
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