Hamsters can safely eat many types of nuts, including pistachios, peanuts, walnuts, cashews, hazelnuts and pecans, according to Hamster Club. While most nuts are fine for hamsters, almonds contain cyanide and can cause d... More » Pets & Animals Pets

Individuals can purchase hamsters from pet shops, breeders and rescue shelters. The type of hamsters available for purchase may vary based on the location from which the hamster is purchased. More » Pets & Animals Pets

Hamsters squeak to communicate a variety of positive and negative emotions. It is sometimes difficult to detect the meaning of a hamster squeak, but the volume and persistence of squeaking offers clues as to what is goin... More » Pets & Animals Mammals Rodents
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Squirrels eat all kinds of nuts, including acorns, pine nuts, walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts and peanuts. The types of nuts squirrels eat depend on what's typically available in the habitat they occupy. More » Pets & Animals Mammals Rodents

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