as many as they want! woahhooooooooooo!!!
As early as a couple months, even weeks! Unless you can find homes for many, many, hamsters, I would suggest not putting a male and female hamster together.
Seperate the male. You remove the male hamster from the female when she is about to have the babies to prevent it from killing them. When they are weened and big enough to defend themselves the male can be put back, but it would be best not to have too many all together as they may fight.
Gerbil stuff. Smell each other. Look for signs of aggression. A male may attack a female. They will breed.....you will have many hamsters. An adult will eat a baby hamster.
Not nearly As much as a female
Whether or not you can have male and female ocicats, male and female toygers, male and female boxers and a male and female doberman will depend on where you live. There are rules as to how many pets can be in one home in many places. It will also depend on how much money you have. It will be expensive to care for so many pets.
The average human hand on an adult male is 7.4 inches while the average adult female hand is 7 inches. The average hand width on an adult male and female is around 3.1 - 3.3 inches.
A Syrain Hamster can give almost the same amount a Dwarf Hamster can give to. The number per liter depends on how long the female has been active with the male. For more Information, visit: www.hamsterownerswebs.webs.com
The average female giraffe is 15 feet tall. The average male however, is 17 feet tall.
Three. If your male,you have two male and one female. If your female, you have two female and one male.
Female piranha lays an average of 5,000 eggs. Both male and female piranha defend their protected eggs that on average more than 905 will survive.
Average Female: 12 Average Male: 9 (this is not including body tissue. only exoskeleton)