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At Henry Park, the Fun Zone will provide a variety of activities for kids, including bounce houses, laser tag, a double slide, mini golf, hamster balls, and more.
Rats that don’t come from the depths of the New York City subway are clean, social, interactive, smart and great groomers. Plus, rats are far less likely to bite their owners than hamsters.
Bieber Bandz The hot toy of the year is often a trial to most mothers (Kung-Zhu pet hamster going rogue, anyone?) but the introduction of Silly Bandz this year trumps all past offerings.
Officers found 41 deceased animals, including rabbits, snakes, hermit crabs, tarantulas, hamsters, mice and fish.
The shelter is accepting donations for food for the surviving animals, which include cockatiels, parakeets, lovebirds and Macaws; hamsters, gerbils, mice, degus and rabbits, the Voice reported.
The dead animals included rabbits, hamsters, snakes and mice.
In early work, rVSVΔG-ZEBOV protected mice, hamsters, guinea pigs, and non-human primates from Ebola.
London’s parents limited her to gerbils and hamsters as pets because of her allergies.
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HAMSTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hamster for English Language Learners
: a small animal that is often kept as a pet
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