Where Do Hamsters Come from?

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Syrian hamsters come from the deserts of the Middle East and North Africa. The people of Israel bred hamsters in captivity from where they were introduced as pets to Britain. Other species of hamster originated from Russia, Mongolia and China.
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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.
There are many types of hamsters. The Syria Hamsters came from Syria and they came from breeding productions in Jerusalem. That is why there are so many today. They have dwarf hamsters and hamsters come in many colors and shapes and sizes. Hamsters are a good pet and they are easy to take care of. You can find more information here: http://www.afrma.org/hamster.htm
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