Where Do Hamsters Live?

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Hamsters live in dry arid places and go to their burrow to hibernate when it is cold. They can be found in Africa, North America, South America, Asia and in Europe. Hamsters are small, furry animals that are usually about 15 centimetres long.
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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.
Hamsters are native to Europe and Asia. In their natural environment, hamsters live in burrows. In these burrows, there are separate areas for nesting, food, storage and body wastes.
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Hamsters live in burrows made in the ground. They are found in the Syrian deserts, in Europe, Asia and the Middle East areas that are typically semi-arid areas ...
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