all gerbils i have had were so cute and nice and they never once bit me! my hamster bit me all the time though and he slept all day and hated to be picked up. so if u are buying one of these get a gerbil.
Yes guinea pigs are nicer . gerbils are aggresive and a guinea pig is friendly with u
There about the same size but if hamsters eat more than gerbils then the hamster will be alot bigger
Hamsters have shorter tails than gerbils and have different behavior characteristics and are slightly bigger.
some hamsters are bigger then gerbils e.g. syrian hamsters.
I think gerbils will more often because they are more curious than hamsters.
Gerbils have longer tails than hamsters and hamsters are more nocturnal They both are rodents. They both like to chew, and that's all I can think of.
Well guinea pigs can interact more with their owners than hamsters do so I guess guinea pigs have more of a relationship with their owners than hamsters do but it doesnt neccessarily mean they are nicer
Gerbils are way easier to train than hamsters. They thrive for food, and will do anything to get some. Gerbils, however, aren't affectionate. They don't bond with their owners just because the owner is nice to them. They want food, and even with what they want, they will not truly be "loving." Hamsters can bond with owners, though training them is difficult. They will lick you when they are happy with you and satisfied. Hamsters are probably friendlier than gerbils.
No, hamsters and gerbils are not the same thing. Gerbils are usually bigger and need a different size cage. Hamsters have cheek pouches, hamsters are nocturnal, hamsters fight other hamsters, hamsters have only a stub for a tail.
hamsters have been smaller than guinea pigs and gerbils look like squirrels but smaller
Male hamsters are way better because female hamsters tend to bite more than male hamsters
Yes, gerbils and hamsters both come from the rodent family
no gerbils don't have feathers, they have fur
No, they do not, that is an adaptation specific to hamsters, not gerbils.
I would say that both could bite, and both have sharp teeth, but, often, hamsters can get scared more easily than gerbils, and gerbils are social animals, so they usually like to be handled a lot, while hamsters would hide in their nest/burrow all day and want to be alone (they are solitary). I believe more likely hamsters would bite.
Depends on the amount of beer each has consumed
no they cant gerbils are different to hamster so no
gerbils. especially Ginnie pigs!
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Well, black bear hamsters were bred from teddies to be nicer, but every hamster is different. I'd say they are about the same....
chinchilas are the cooliest
In my experiance, hamsters bite more than gerbils. Over the past 6 years, I've had two pairs of gerbils. All four of them nipped sometimes, but never really hard unless you provoce them to bite hard (like uncarefuly handling them). Hamsters on the other hand, can bite harder.
No gerbils are!! Though hamsters are quite cute!
Hamstrs yes but I'm not sure about gerbils