Siberian hamsters can be also known as "Russian winter white dwarf hamsters". Since they are a dwarf breed, they will live shorter than the Russian hamster. 11/2 - 21/2 years.
Russian hamsters (not dwarf) are twice as large as dwarf Siberian Hamsters. They live 1 - 31/2 years. There are many different breeds of Russian Hamsters.
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The species of short hair hamsters are the siberian, the djungarian, the robvorosky's, the chinese, the Russian, and the syrian.
Russian dwarf hamster
look it up.these are the basic kinds:Syrian Hamster - Probably the most common type of hamster, this includes golden hamsters, fancy hamsters, standard hamsters, and teddybear hamsters.Russian Dwarf Hamster - These are divided into two types, the Dwarf Cambells Russian and the Siberian or Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster.Chinese Hamster - Sometimes referred to as "rat-like" hamsters, this is one of the smallest breeds of hamster, and less common than the Russian Hamsters.Roborovski Hamster - This is the smallest type of hamster and also the least common.
Yes, this is a type of hamster.
The winter dwarf hamster and the Russian dwarf have a slight of a different color, and in the winter the winter white dwarf turns white. The winter white has a brownish color to it, but a Russian dwarf is a grayish white color.
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The average lifespan of the Siberian Hamster is 1½-2 years although they can live longer.
The same as any other treatment for an injured Siberian hamster.
There is no difference. Pet shops give them fancy names to make them sound special/exclusive, it makes people pay more. There are 3 kinds of dwarf hamster. Roborovski dwarf Winter white Russian Campbell There is also a Chinese Dwarf Hamster but they are not a true dwarf hamster (genetically speaking) I'd advise you to go to a hamster breeder, they know more what they are doing, or even better, a rescue. Good luck.
A teddy bear hamster is a type of syrian hamster and can be identified usually by their golden fur. Russian dwarf hamsters are much smaller than syrian hamsters so it is easy to tell them apart
There is no such thing as a teddy bear hamster. They are called syrians. There are short-haired and long-haired syrians. There is no significant difference, the same way there is no significant difference between brunettes and red-heads.
Yes they are. They are called Russian Dwarf Hamsters, Campbell's Dwarf Hamster, and Campbell's Russian Dwarf Hamster.
No difference- a robo hamster IS a hamster!
Boys have a yellow dot in the middle of their tummy.
Golden Hamsters Chinese Hamster Roborovski Hamsters Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamsters The Dwarf Campbell's Russian Hamster
well a squirrel has a big puffy tail and a hamster has a tail (depending on which type you get)
About 2-5 years
No. There is a notable size distinction between the Syrian Hamster (5-7" long) and the dwarf hamsters (Chinese, Russian, Roborovski), which are rarely longer than 4".
My hamster is 3 its still alive
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A hamster can be Russian and not a dwarf, for example the European Hamster can be found in Russia, but it is certainly not a dwarf species. However the 'Russian Dwarf' hamster is a specific species that is considered a dwarf variety.
I can name three hamsters. There is the Russian hamster, the Dwarf hamster, and the Chinese hamster.
They originate from the desert areas of Asia.