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 Are hamsters colorblind?

Answer Hamsters, which have poor depth perception and limited eyesight, are colorblind. They have glands in their bodies that provide them with a keen sense of smell that makes up for their visual deficit... Read More »
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Can female hamsters live with male hamsters?

Animal World recommends keeping only one regular-sized hamster per cage. Hamsters are territorial, and they will fight over food and space. Males and females should be kept together only long enoug... Read More »
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Do hamsters eat other hamsters when dead?

Hamsters eat other hamsters when dead due to fighting or balance of the litter. It is also common that nursing mothers can kill and consume their weakest pups when the food supply is low or when th... Read More »
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Can you fly if you are colorblind?

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a pilot must be able to distinguish colors necessary for safe flight. In the event that a pilot cannot pass a standard visual exam, an alternative ... Read More »
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Are dogs colorblind, and if so, why?

The idea that dogs are colorblind is a very misunderstood concept. Dogs are not, in fact, colorblind. However, they do not see color the same that we do. This is where the misconception comes from.... Read More »
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