What Do Hamsters Look like?


Hamsters usually have a variety of colours including: black, white, brown and grey or a mixture of many colours. These animals range from 7.62 to 10.16 centimetres in length with docked tails. They also have pouches in their cheeks that they use to carry food.
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they are like mouse but some, like the siberian, are fluffier and no hamsters have long tails. they are REALLY cute.
Hamsters are members of the rodent family, so they resemble their rodent cousins like
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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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Hamsters look similiar to rats, and gerbils as they are all part of the rodent family. This rodent normally has a short tail about one fourth of an inch in length. You can find more information here: http://www.ehow.com/facts_5152704_hamster-look-like.html
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