How Many Babies Do Hamsters Have?

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It really depends on the breed of the hamster. It also depends on the age and the health of the mother hamster. They can usually have up to 14 babies at one time.
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1. Feed the mother extra food for the first couple of weeks of the baby hamsters' lives. Make sure that she always has fresh food and water, and that she has enough extra fruits and
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1. Know when your hamster is pregnant. Some of the most common signs include your hamster becoming more aggressive, hoarding food, and moving more slowly than normal. She will also
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it depends like how well fed and how many other baby bro and sis's they have.
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It usually depends on the breed of hamster you have. here is a list of breeds and the amount of babies they can get on a average pregnancy. Syrian hamsters get 5 to 18 babies. Dwarf
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Hamster
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family: Muridae
Hamsters are rodents of the subfamily Cricetinae. There are around 18 hamster species in 7 genera. The most familiar of these is Mesocricetus auratus, the Syrian or golden hamster, which is a popular house pet.
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