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With her second Olympics about to open, this is Mikaela Shiffrin: capable of confidently executing her plan and winning by margins with which ski racing is unfamiliar, but simultaneously batting the hamsters in her head.
In fact, Amazon has a slew of cute hamster sleeping supplies.
DiMartino likes the Lion’s Mane best—furry and oblong, it could be mistaken for an oversized hamster.
Besides introducing anthropomorphic hamsters, Kia has also gradually moved upmarket.
Human females, interestingly, have more neurons than a mouse or hamster but less than a macaque monkey.
Gracheva hopes to dig deeper into the mysteries of hibernation with her next project, which aims to take the genes responsible for cold tolerance in squirrels and hamsters and insert them into mice.
There is no evidence that the hamsters are cannibalizing their children in the wild.
Too sweaty; too much like a warehouse of hamster wheels.
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