I it possible that hamster's and mice can live together?
No, because hamsters are very digressive to other species.
Get mice and hamsters together and discover if two different rodents can live together in the same peaceful community.
Dwarf Hamsters and Mice are two different creatures. I do not think it would be a good idea to put the two together simply because they do not interact with each other in the wild. The may think this (unknown creature) is an enemy and try to attack. They might compete for food, shelter,... ext.
No way. Hamsters enjoy eating mice. Same way pet rats enjoying chewing on gerbils, mice hamsters. Basically most rodents will try taking bites out of smaller rodents.they like sex there head and dat mann!
yes of course you can breed hamsters and mice together, you would get a micster, these are an indangered spices that have not long been discovered and have not been breed in captivity as of yet, but there is provestions of this happening in the foreseeable future.
Since dwarf hamsters are bigger then mice, it is most likely that they won't get along.
yes! because hamsters is a mice also,
Goldfish,hamsters,mice and some birds
No. I don't recall why, but it's the same reason that humans and monkeys can't breed. As far as I know, there is only one exception to this rule and I don't remember it exactly, but it's something to do with how we get mules. A horse and a donkey, I think. But no hamsters and mice. Phil possibly, but hampsters don't exist so i suppose we'll never know.
Hamsters are hamsters.
Hamsters are eaten by pretty much anything that eat mice, and other rodents. (i.e. hawks, carnivorous mammals) However, (this is sad) some people in Asia consider this cute fur ball to be a 'to die for' delicacy! Also, if you keep two hamsters together, it is possible that one might kill the other one. Sorry!
No guinea pigs can be aggressive to gerbils mice hamsters and people.
yess they cann live together <3
Live or Killed mice,rats, guinea pigs (depends the size) hamsters, etc. I recommend mice.
Well mostly cats and dogs live in them , but imagin if there was a miniature version for mice and hamsters .
Yes, but it depends on the gender and breed of your pets. Some mice and hamsters are quite violent (Russian hamsters are one example), volatile pets should be kept with their own species only and even then only in small groups. Also, if both your animals are male there is a high risk of them fighting, slightly less if they are both female but it is still possible. You can keep them together, but it's… Read More
People connect hamsters and Guinea pigs with mice and some people dislike mice. Some people usually think that hamsters are the same as mice, and that is why they hate hamsters and Guinea pigs.
They live together when they love each other very deeply
because the mice live outside and fleas need blood so they drink of there blood
No. Mice can actually kill guinea pigs.
Population A colony of mice.
No, they are different species, like cats and dogs. They will not try to mate, and cannot produce offspring together.
They both are friends like mice don't eat flies
No they cant. Mice and Gerbils are 2 different pets altogether.
No. Cohabiting different types of rodents can result in the death of one or all of your pets. Rats kill mice, a behaviour known as muricide and gerbils and syrian hamsters are both extremely territorial and would kill any intruder.
Almost any other rodent may live with the rabbit such as mice, gophers, guinea pigs, gerbils, hamsters, and other rabbits.
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They should live 2 or more. But male mice can't live together always. If you see your male mice fight or beep you should split them. Also i don't recommend to have more then 10 females together.
Hamsters are actually very smart. Im not too sure if their smarter than mice but hamsters are known for escaping their cages and finding odd ways to go about it.
Hamsters originate form Syria.
Unlike mice and rats, hamsters are not naturally incontinent.
Yes, Mice are rodents like hamsters and will eat the same food. Mice will eat many other things but hamster food would be attractive to them.
Well, I read somewhere that some hamsters will keep mice away. But then again, some hamsters are just plain friendly with the rodents! So if you are planning on getting a hamster to keep away mice, make sure you check with the owner that they are a breed that will keep mice away!
yes there are , there are degus , jerbowas , chinchillas , hamsters , mice , rats , basically all the rodents that live on this planet.
Hamsters eat seeds, fruits, and vegetables. They dont eat meat. Mice are too big for a hamster to eat them.
The grass hopper is s most comman to be related but the answer is no a grasshopper isnt.but a hamsters and mice are related
no, they won't have enough food for themselves if they will live together
I can't see why not.
Most definantly mice they have trouble with not because they have such small stomaches that there food digests faster then hamsters with bigger stomaches
hamsters are rodents because they are like rats and mice
Only if they were born together or else they will fight for their territory.
well i wouldnt do it because one way or another one of them will eventually get killed.
Well sure why not? The mice is cousins to the hamsters, there both in the rodent family but be prepared for your babies to have longer tails then hamsters.
It is inadvisable to put any other animal in with a hamster, as they are solitary creatures, and do not require companionship. They will almost certainly fight, the outcome of which will be dead mice and an injured hamster.
No. It is well known that rats are a natural predator to mice and hunt and kill them. This behaviour is known as muricide.
mouse or mice
No. They are rodents. Just like mice but not really a relation kind of way.
No. Gerbils, mice and bigger sized hamsters can easily live in an imac although if you were to keep a dwarf in one you would hqve to cover up the bars with mesh so it doesn't escape.
No there are only hamsters, mice, and rats. On some of the petriplets hamsters it says gerbils but that was a mistake it supposed to be hamsters.
Hamsters have a very low IQ. They are far less intelligent that mice or rats.