Wild hamsters live in in burrows in the Syrian desert.
Not all hamsters are vegetarians. The hamsters in the wild eat insects.
In the wild hamsters Will eat the remains of any vegetation or scraps that they can find and then store then in their burrow, this means that they can save them for later.
In the wild, good luck finding a hamster
in the wild hamsters will eat things like dandilion leafs,grass,clover they will eat common garden worms as well but if you have a pet i wouldn't really give them to it geunipigs also eat some of the same things
No Syrian hamsters live on their own. Dwarf hamsters eat insects they don't hunt.
berries and cracked shell.
No, they will implode like seagulls
Wild hamsters live in hot desserts and burry themselves in sand. its a cool life being a wild hamster! They eat various seeds including Sunflower seeds.
WHY would you want to give a peppermint to a hamster???? Hamsters don't eat peppermints in the wild.
No, wild hamsters come from where hamsters actually originated from in the syrian desert.
They are omnivorous and will eat many things. In the wild, they eat seeds, grasses, insects, even carrion.
Hamsters can eat mealworms. A pet hamster can be fed either freeze dry or live worms. In the wild hamsters are omnivores and it a variety of different food like seeds, fruits, and insects.
yes they can cause there is such thing as wild hamsters
They are omnivorous, and will eat almost anything edible. In the wild, they'll eat seeds, plants, and insects.
anything they can find. they love fruits, carrots, letuce and such.
NOOO it wouldnt find frosties in the wild!
Yes, if they were not hungry for something else.
Hamsters that live in the wild die very quickly, because birds or other animals can easily eat them or kill them because they're so small and they don't know whats right to eat or is wrong to eat. They can also die because of hunger....
No. Wild hamsters are in Europe, Africa, and Asia.
In the wild, they feed primarily on seeds, fruits, and vegetation, and will occasionally eat burrowing insects.
In the wild mostly birds of prey eat hamsters. Roborovski hamsters empty out there cheek pouches to try and distract the bird with the seeds.
hamsters live in wild places because they are dangerous animals and can bite. just like they eat their food they can bite other things just as well. hamsters can protect themselves just like any other animal
Wild hamsters eat plants, but they also eat some insects. They don't really "hunt their prey."
hamsters don't like when there turned on there back because in the wild when they were turned on there back the next minuet the predator would eat them):