Do hamsters like to live alone?
Yes, they fight with other hamsters.
Dwarf hamsters are social and they like to live with other dwarf hamsters, it depends if it wants to be alone or not because if it want to sleep then yes, you should leave it alone.
In the wild hamsters usually live underground. They come from places with a desert like climate and live alone unless they find a mate.
Yes, hamsters usually live on their own in the wild, and they prefer to have their own habitats as pets.
Hamster live better alone . Some hamsters even get in to fights with other Hamsters . It's not like they will get bore just play with them sometimes and put them in their hamster ball and they'll be fine . :p
No. Hamsters usually like to live alone and males might attack other males and if female they will try and breed with them. but usually they like to be alone
They like to live on their own. Otherwise they would fight.
Even hamsters that are siblings will fight because they like to live alone. Dwarf hamsters can live together though, but only if they re brought up together.
hamsters prefer to live alone gerbils prefer to live together
One. Hamsters prefer to live alone.
If you are planning to get a dwarf hamster, get at least 2 of the same gender. Dwarf hamsters are social, unlike other breeds of hamsters.
yes they do there are over 1000 types of hamsters in the rainforest alone
Hamsters prefer to live alone so they might fight
Dwarf hamsters prefer to live in pairs.
Yes you can, and some hamsters need to live in pairs. However, syrian hamsters are very territorial and need to live alone.
Yes, most adult hamsters can live together, but syrian (common) hamsters need to be kept alone as they fight for terriotary.
hamsters do not like loud noise and people that don't leave them alone
No. You should keep syrian hamsters separately as they like to be alone and may figh if put to live together.
If it's a Syrian then it MUST live alone but if it's a dwarf then it would be better with a pair or group. Female Chinese dwarf hamsters MUST NOT be in a pair. Have two male Chinese hamsters or if you want baby hamsters then male and female.
Yes they do. The only exception is Syrian hamsters which must live alone.
not all hamsters have to be kept alone, in fact most hamsters like to be with others from the same type or family. dwarf hamsters, Chinese hamsters, robo dwarf hamsters, and lots more all like to be with family and others. If they are kept alone its either because of its personality, if they are put together with a type they don't connect with or because they see a threat . i hope this helps:)
probally not hamsters prefere to live alone
Campbells Dwarf Hamster have the best chance of living together. Sometimes Robos. Syrians HAVE to live alone, as with Winter Whites and Chinese Hamsters.
it depends on the type of hamster syrian hamsters HAVE to live alone russian dwarf hamsters can live in pairs but they may fight chinese dwarf and roborovski hamsters love living in pairs or groups good luck =]
Syrian hamsters are not as gregarious as other rodents may be. They are by nature solitary animals and are fiercely territorial. The term solitary refers to living alone rather than in pairs or groups. Syrian hamsters prefer to live alone.
hamsters can be with other hamsters but it just isn't safe to let them live together if nobody is watching them all you have to do for hamsters to mate is let them play in a box or in a critter playpen for about 30minuets while supervised and they sometime mate but it might take a few play dates just watch them so they don't get in a fight.
Most hamsters live in deserts. Like in parts of Asia or Europe
They can't survive a week alone without YOUR help. You need to take care of a hamster if you have one.
No, they prefer to live alone. If they have company, they will fight and will try to kill each other.
No Roborovski hamsters live longer. (Robo sounds like robot so it figures.)
It depends when you get them and what gender they are
No fish like to live alone.
it depends on which hamster you have if it loves atenion it hates to be alone if it hates attenion it doesnt mind to
Girl hamsters are territorial and also protective of their young so they will fight other hamsters. Most hamsters (excluding dwarves) prefer to live alone and may fight if caged with another hamster.
Yes, if you put 2 syrian hamsters (Both male or both female or male and female) they often fight each other to the death. This however doesnt often happen with dwarf hamsters. If you put 2 syrian hamsters together they weill fight. Hamsters like to live alone.
because some snakes like hamsters
Actually, there are several types of hamsters. They go in two groups, dwarf and syrian. The panda hamster is actually just a syrian with a coat that looks kinda like a panda bear. In the dwarf group, there are several types, such as roborovski, campbells, chinese, and russian. The syrians HAVE to live alone, whereas the dwarf can live in small groups.
No Syrian hamsters are very Territorial and they like to live on there own but dwarf hamsters like to live in groups or pairs otherwise they would get too lonely.
Syrian hamsters, as they tame very easily, and are quite large so they are easy to hold. Also they live alone, so you don't have to clean out a massive cage designed for two hamsters.
they live alone but mostly in packs
Yes, all Syrian hamsters are solitary creatures. They prefer to live alone.
Angelfish like to live alone. Angelfish are very feisty fish.
there is a big difference between them as syrian hamsters are bigger than dwarf hamsters. There is quite a lot of different types of dwarf hamsters such as, Russian winter whites, Chinese, campbells, rovoroski and maybe more. But most dwarf hamsters can live with 1 or more of the same sex and syrians have to live alone - so if your hamster lives alone then its probably a syrian. aslo syrians are about half the… Read More
I think its because hamsters are small and breath like wild fire. So they dont need to live long.
Not really, hamsters prefer to have a friend.
Some jellyfishes, like semaeostomeae, live in pack, while others, like rhizostomeae, live alone.
Actually, they live alone, like most cats.
hamsters live in wild places because they are dangerous animals and can bite. just like they eat their food they can bite other things just as well. hamsters can protect themselves just like any other animal
Syrian hamsters live in the deserts.
Syrian hamsters must be kept alone because they are very terotorial and will fight, all other types of hamsters should be kept in pairs.
Mothers will remain with their cubs for up to two years when the young are able to survive on their own. Males have nothing to do with raising the young.