Campbell's dwarf hamster
|Campbell's dwarf hamster|
Campbell's dwarf hamster (Phodopus campbelli) is a species of hamster. It is native to central Asia. The species was named after a man called W. C. Campbell, who collected the first one in Mongolia on 1 July 1902.
What they eat[change | change source]
They typically eat corn, oats, peanuts, vegetables and a wide variety of seeds. They also eat insects, arthropods mollusks, leaves, wood, bark, seeds, stems, flowers, fruits, and grains.
Predators[change | change source]
Lifespan and lifestyles[change | change source]
Campbell's dwarf hamsters live about 2.5 years to 3 years. They live in burrows and use grass, feathers, and wool, to create it. Seeds and food are extremely close inside because they don’t want other animals to find their food source so that they can have enough food when it is time for winter.
Looks[change | change source]
The Campbells Russian hamster is a grayish color with a cream white belly and a dark stripe running down its back. There are 3 types of colors that have been identified. The collared, mottled, and the spot. They each vary and can be very different from another.