Does a hamster have a long tail like a rat or mouse?
No, a hamster has a very short tail.
I bought a white mouse but you dont know if its a mouse or hamster It has 2cm pink tail and red eyes and it has bit fur what is it?
Mice are smaller than hamsters and they have long pointed tails, but hamsters have short tails (stubs). gerbils also have tails like mice but aren't as small. I think you have a hamster because the tail is short. Read More
a gerbil has a long tail and a hamster has no tail it looks like a poodle with no tail. hope this helps u Read More
No, mixing different species is not recommended and may end up in the death of the mouse or hamster, or both. The hamster could also chew off the mouse's tail. Read More
It looks like a mouse...a long snout..bat like ears and a shorter tail than a mouse. Read More
A hamster is larger than a mouse and has a shorter tail. Read More
The computer mouse received its name from the rodent it is shaped like - a small mouse with a chubby body and a long relatively hairless tail. Read More
It's small, furry. It's exactly the same as a normal gerbil, a like a mouse or hamster with a furry tail... you can look up a picture on google. Read More
If a mouse inherits a dominant gene for a long tail and a recessive gene for a short tail what tail length will the mouse have?
whatever type of tail it wants to. Answer: When a dominant gene is present, it will always be expressed. The only time a recessive gene is expressed is when no dominant gene is present. Therefore, the mouse in question will have a long tail. Read More
Mouse lemurs are about the size of mice, weighing between 30 and ~70 grams. They have big eyes, round bodies, and a long tail. Read More
The largest hamster is the common-black bellied kind that grows to be eight inches long with a five centimeters long tail. Read More
Not just like a rodent, a guinea pig is a rodent. It has a short stub for a tail, like a hamster. Read More
A Gerbil is more Rat Looking with a long tail, while the hamster has a short nub. Gerbils are also easier to handle for the most part. They are all 3 rodents. Read More
The tail can help the mouse balance, when it runs it will swing its tail to help it balace and take quick sharp turns. The mouse can also use its tail to grip things, just like a primate uses it tail, this helps it to climb and jump safely. Read More
Wet tail in a hamster is not transferable to a person. When a hamster has wet tail, the main symptom is diarrhea. Read More
A computer mouse is an input device which allows a user to move a pointer on the screen with their hand and to click on its buttons to select things on the screen. It is called a mouse because of its shape. It has a rounded body much like a rodent, and it has a long skinny cord, much like the tail of a live mouse. Read More
When your hamster starts to act strange does that mean that something is wrong Is the hamster going to die?
Depends. Sometimes it could be something like wet tail wich does kill them. Go and see a vet if in doubt but my hamster did not have a wet tail Read More
The cursor arrow on the screen is not "the mouse." The mouse shaped object with the long, hairless tail, in your hand is the "mouse." Read More
no I know because my hamster bit my mouse when my friend accidentley put them together when i wasn't in the room his tail got infected and half of it came off it will heal but wont regenerate Read More
Mouse is not an acronym. The device gets it's name from the fact that it superficially resembles a mouse with a long tail on your desk. Read More
Usually if your hamster has diaria it mean it has wet tail and usually when a hamster has wet tail it dies sorry. Read More
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Yes. One species of hamster does have a 'long' tail. The Chinese hamster (often mislabelled the Chinese Dwarf hamster) has a tail that measures roughly 1inch, although this doesn't seem that long, it is when compared to other hamster species. All other hamsters have short tails - the length depending on what species they are. (eg Syrian, Russian Campbell's dwarf, Winter white dwarf or roborovski dwarf). Read More
First, look at the size of your hamster. If your hamster is 5-8 inches long, it might be SYRIAN/GOLDEN or TEDDY BEAR. If your hamster is 5-8 inches long and has longish hair, it is TEDDY BEAR. If the hair is short but light brown with various white and black marks, it is most likely SYRIAN. If your hamster is under 5 inches long, it is a DWARF HAMSTER. If your hamster is really small… Read More
a hamster will get wet tail from stress or because it is unhappy or because your hamster does not have enough space to play in :) Read More
Bats are similar to the Mouse Lemur because of the sense of smell Bobcats and the Lynx are like the Fossa because of the long tail and ears Read More
It's an animal of course, but a Jerboa is in the rodent family. A Jerboa has small ears like a mouse and a long tail and long legs, which lives in Arabia. It is a unique creature. Read More
Your mouse has a black tail and a purple tail and they should be pink. What sickness does your mouse have?
Your mouse has necrosis. This is either from the mouse biting its tail, or more probable, someone pinched its tail. Sometimes it kills the mouse, other times it drops off and the mouse will be fine. Read More
DONT FEED YOUR HAMSTER LETTUCE! It's a poison and will give them a fatal disease called wet tail. Carrots can be fed to your hamster, but chop it up and give your hamster one piece a week, if you give you pet too much carrot, it could get wet tail. To check if your hamster has wet tail, just look at its tail. If the tail looks wet, you hamster will have wet tail, or… Read More
you do not give a hamster a bath it will get a disease like wet tail and will surely die. A hamster shall not take a bath. it will really hurt the hamster and sooner die. Read More
All hamsters have tails, however the tail of a Syrian hamster is short, and might be hidden if the hamster is a long-haired one. Read More
The tail is the only part of a mouse body that contains a bone if it doesn't have the bone it wont be able to stand up. Its like a mouse's foundation Read More
No they're both rodents but there are a lot of biological differences like a rat is much bigger and has a long tail, while hamsters have cheek pouches to store food in. Read More
well a squirrel has a big puffy tail and a hamster has a tail (depending on which type you get) Read More
A Syrian Hamster is probably the closest to that description Read More
look on the underside of your hamster. if your hamster has balls near the tail it is a boy. females have no balls but they have little spots on the underside from head to tail. Read More
A monkey, dog, mouse, squirrel, beaver, or cat is a small animal with a long tail. Read More
It is possible that your hamster has a tumor of some sort. Read More
Check to see if his/her tail is wet. If it is your hamster has wet tail. If it turns out it does have wet tail, you should get medication as soon as possible. Wet tail can be fatal. Read More
No, 'wet tail' is a bacterial infection that gives the hamster severe, and often fatal diarrhea. Read More
I have never seen a hamster cure itself so I would say no. But it can be treated. I had a hamster who once had it and we took it to the vet. She was ok, but it is expensive. (I'm talking like $50 to $60!) So I'm agreeing with these other people. Get Dry Tail or whatever its called. Read More
Actually, it is the first time for me to hear about it, but maybe it is a hamster If it is not so it is a type of mice that do not have tails Read More
a shrew or vole Read More
because they swam to the body of water like lakes, river, and many more. Read More