A hamster usually won't eat her babies unless if it is ill and/or dying. The mother may also eat her baby if anyone has touched it. If you touch a baby the mother will smell an un-natural scent and the first thing she'll think is 'danger'. A hamster.. in this case.. will either abandon the baby or eat it to keep her other babies safe.
If you have a pregnant hamster; DO NOT pick up the babies when they are born (even though its hard to resist). It'd probably be best if you left the mother and her babies alone for a while. When you clean the cage, work around the mom. You don't want to disturb or distress her in any way.
first the female and male will have babies and after that they will fight and the male will try to kill the female and the babies
Do not put the male around the female! Some male hamsters eat the babies, I'm not kidding.
No, only a female hamster gives birth.
No, there has to be a male so the female can get pregnant.
You can leave them in the same cage ONLY if they are dwarf hamsters. No other breed of hamster can you put the male and female together with the babies, the male will hurt, kill, or even eat the babies. The male dwarf hamster, however, can actually help raise the babies with the female.
The male hamster might deside to eat the babies. It sounds funny, but it is true. XO
Yes, the dwarf hamster is the only kind of hamster that the babies can be with the male and female. He can actually help raise the babies.
She eats the Male grasshopper as for humans we do not eat babies or does the female human eats the male human.
Female hamster sometimes eat their young too. This is happens sometimes, if you want you can separate the baby from its parents and care for it in a special way (can be found in a book or you can Google it). The male hamster shouldn't be with the babies either way. The male should only be with a female if they are to breed. If you want the cannibalism to stop, separate the male from the children.
No. However, the male may pressure the female to have sex. Animals have no dignity after all. ^^
Yes, the male can eat the babies if you don't.
No, they have to mate with a male hamster. WARNING! Some hamsters can be gay.
Yes because the male will try to kill the female and the babies
yes all male hamsters eat their babies when your female hamster is pregnant you should separate the male from the mother and the babies or he will eat them and kill the mother !
well usually when you have a pregnant hamster housed with a male hamster, the female will fight him visously until death. However once her babies are born, the male will eat them! So after you mate them, separate the 2 immediatly.
After giving birth to the babies separate the male from the female and babies or else the male will try to kill them. after a few week or so separate the mother and then separate the female and male babies or else they will mate at an early age and have undeveloped babies
Yes, you do have to separate them. Or else, the male will eat the babies once they are born.
I would say male. Female and male hamster personalities are very similar, but you wouldn't want to risk the chance of a female having babies.
The hamster's size has no bearing on gender. A hamster that eats a lot and doesn't get much exercise, will get gat.
Well if the male hamster try to "do it" with the female they will probaly get in a fight and you should really separate them but if the female does let the male on her she will probaly get pregnent and that is totally natural.
yes but it is unlikely to have more than one baby like this
Yes, but be aware that they will breed again and the female will become pregnant.
Yes you can for about a day then separate them because the father might eat the babies.
hamsters and rats have the same ammount of babies. They have a lot actually. It would be a bad idea to get a female and male hamster because they can make 12-16 babies a week.