Djungarian

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Djungarian Hamster - In The Wild - Systematics
... The Djungarian hamster is a species of Phodopus ... The Djungarian hamster was described by Peter Simon Pallas in 1773 as a mouse ... In 1778, Pallas renamed the Djungarian hamster to mouse songarus ...
Djungarian Hamster - Breeding
... Djungarian hamsters reproduce at a faster rate than Syrian hamsters ... care in Campbell's hamsters (Phodopus campbelli) but not in Djungarian hamsters (Phodopus sungorus) ... Most Djungarian hamster dwarf hamsters grow to 3 to 4" long ...
Campbell's Dwarf Hamster - Biology
... dwarf hamster is distinguished to the similar looking Djungarian hamster as it has smaller ears and no dark patch on the crown of its head ... shorter and darker than that of the Djungarian hamster and the fur on the stomach of Campbell's dwarf hamster is grey, but it is white on the Djungarian hamster ... Campbell's dwarf hamster is much less tolerant to lower temperatures than the Djungarian hamster ...
Djungarian Hamster - In The Wild
... In the wild, the Djungarian hamster's fur changes colour in the winter ... The Djungarian hamster digs tunnels one metre deep leading to ground burrows where they can sleep, raise their young and hide from predators ... The weasel is one of the Djungarian hamsters main predators ...
Djungarian Hamster - Biology
... The coat of the Djungarian hamster is less woolly than that of the Campbell's dwarf hamster, and apart from the normal colouring, they can be coloured sapphire, sapphire ... The head length of the Djungarian hamster is 70 to 90 millimetres in length, the length of the tail is five to 15 millimetres, and the hind legs are 11 to 15 millimetres ... The average lifespan of the Djungarian hamster is one to three years of age in captivity, though they can live longer ...