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www.cuteness.com/article/albino-hamsters

Albinism (a lack of pigment) happens in many animal species, including pet hamsters. Albinos occur in Syrians (also known as goldens), teddy bears (or ...

hamsterific.com/hamsterific-university/hamster-breeding-pairs-to-avoid

There are a few breeding pairings to avoid, and I've highlighted some of them here. ... You shouldn't mate 2 satin Syrian hamsters together. The result is ...

durabong.tripod.com/hamsterhaven/id3.html

But, breeding a reccesive gene to a dominant one would produce a reccesive ... Therefore if a hamster has 2 black genes, 2 normal genes, and 2 albino genes, ...

www.chahamsters.org/gendefects.html

These hamsters do not necessarily have red/ruby eyes. ... Thus, you would never want to breed an Albino from one of these litters to a Mottled or you would be ...

www.midlandhamsterclub.co.uk/articles/dwarf2.html

... how to breed them and thirdly the impact they are having on the hamsters ... Albino; Argente; Mottled including spotted and banded; Platinum; Black Eyed ...

small-pets.lovetoknow.com/rodents/hamster-breeds

Hamster Breeds ... Syrian hamsters are the most popular with pet owners due to their docile personalities and the .... Albino: This hamster is white with red eyes.

www.wikihow.com/Breed-Hamsters

How to Breed Hamsters. Cute and cuddly, hamsters make wonderful pets. Breeding them isn't always a simple task; buying two random hamsters and breeding ...

animals.mom.me/can-dwarf-hamsters-teddy-bear-hamsters-together-1183.html

The breeding pair get together only for that purpose, then the fighting resumes. That means -- if you want more than one teddy bear hamster, perhaps one for ...

russiandwarfhamsters.tripod.com/hams/id2.html

2) All Campbell's dwarf hamsters have a dorsal stripe, unless they're albino. ... these so you know what kind of hamster you want or might consider breeding.