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Beauty Of Animal | Hamster | Hamsters and rodents of the family Cricetinae. And contains about 25 species species, classified in six or seven genera.Hamsters animals are nocturnal or crepuscular, which burrow beneath the earth in broad daylight to avoid falling by the predators. Their diet includes a variety of foods, including dried food, berries, nuts, fruits and vegetables fresh. In the wild feed mainly on fruits, seeds, vegetables, and will eat insects that hide in some cases.have elongated pouch on each side of their heads, which extends over their shoulders, that stuff full of food to be stored, returned to the colony or be eaten later.

Although described for the first time the golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) scientifically in 1839, it was not until 1930 that researchers were able to successfully breeding and domestication of the hamster. come from the golden hamster pet hamsters and found the first and was arrested in Syria by Israel Aharoni, the animal world.Hamster behavior can vary depending on the environment, genetics, and interaction with people. Because it is easy to breed in captivity, hamsters are often used in laboratory animals more developed countries in economic terms.

Hamsters also become established as popular small house pets. and accept the sometimes hamsters even in areas in which they are hated other rodents, and the nature of confinement module can reduce the risk of excessive waste in developing hamster households.The name is derived from the German hamster, which comes from the same earlier in the Old hamustro High German . May be relevant for choměstrǔ old Russian, which is either a combination of the root of the Russian "hamster" khomiak The word Baltic (Lithuania staras see the "hamster") or Persian origin (see Street hamaēstar "unjust").

 Scientific classification
Kingdom:     Animalia
Phylum:     Chordata
Subphylum:     Vertebrata
Class:     Mammalia
Order:     Rodentia
Suborder:     Myomorpha
Superfamily:     Muroidea
Family:     Cricetidae
Subfamily:     Cricetinae
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