No, degus do not hibernate. -Owner of twelve degus. Have had twenty-three.
No. Degus are rodents, and rodent are not marsupials.
baby degus are called pups
I have two degus, and I'm not an expert or anything, but I don't think that's a good idea. If you put two hamsters together then they nearly always fight and kill each other, so I don't think either your degus or hamster would be happy. If you want to keep all of your animals safe, I'd keep the hamster and the degus seperate.
In piles with other degus and in their FLAT topped houses.
Generally, no they are not. But some degus may be allergic. They should only have them as a rare treat, though, since degus are severely prone to becoming diabetic. -Mommy of twelve degus. Have had twenty-three.
cats eat degus just like they eat mice and rats
if your degus are like mine they will play for a bit then rest then play then rest
Degus are believed to be the fourth fastest rodents on earth, with a flexible spine, abrupt paws, and light build degus can reach speeds of 26 mph. Sources: Rodent Velocity Expert
I don't understand why this is under car buying, but regardless, no, degus are not endangered. They are actually the furthest away from being such. Chinchillas, on the other hand, and pretty close. -Owner of twelve degus. Have had twenty-three.