Hamster Natural Habitat?


Hamsters inhabit areas throughout dry open country and mountain steppes. They are also known to have their natural habitats in rocky foothills and plateaus with some specific species like the golden hamster only found in parts of north-western Syria. Some also live among cultivated crops. A hamster is a rodent in the sub family Cricetinae which contains over 25 species.
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Hamsters usually live in dry, open habitats in central and eastern Europe, Asia Minor, Syria, Iran, Mongolia, Siberia, northern China, and Korea.
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