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Laboratory hamsters have not lost their ability to dig burrows; in fact, they will do this with great vigor and skill if they are provided with the appropriate substrate.

However, the differences in behavioral, chronobiological, morphometrical, hematological, and biochemical parameters are relatively small and fall into the expected range of interstrain variations in other laboratory animals. Hamsters are more crepuscular than nocturnal and, in the wild, remain underground during the day to avoid being caught by predators. These include the maned hamster, or crested hamster, which is really the maned rat ( Lophiomys imhausi). Wild hamsters will also appropriate tunnels made by other mammals; the Djungarian hamster, for instance, uses paths and burrows of the pika. This kind of thermoregulation diminishes the metabolic rate to about 5% and helps the animal to considerably reduce the need for food during the winter.By awarding hamsters which match standard hamster types, hamster shows encourage planned and careful hamster breeding. They communicate by sending a specific scent using their scent glands and also show body language to express how they are feeling. The breeding season is from April to October in the Northern Hemisphere, with two to five litters of one to 13 young being born after a gestation period of 16 to 23 days. In the wild, the burrow buffers extreme ambient temperatures, offers relatively stable climatic conditions, and protects against predators.

Their eyesight leads to them not having a good sense of distance or knowing where they are, but that does not stop them from climbing in (and sometimes out of) their cages or from being adventurous.million years to the Middle Miocene Epoch in Europe and North Africa; in Asia it extends 6 million to 11 million years. Taxonomists generally disagree about the most appropriate placement of the subfamily Cricetinae within the superfamily Muroidea. Russian hamsters (Campbell's and Djungarian) live about two to four years in captivity, and Chinese hamsters 2 + 1⁄ 2–3 years.

They are extremely susceptible to rapid temperature changes and drafts, as well as extreme heat or cold.Even though hamsters are allowed to have both fruits and vegetables, it is important to understand exactly which ones they can have and how much.

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