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Jet lag happens when humans (or hamsters) cross multiple time zones, interrupting their body’s sleep rhythm.
One brother even made headlines for biting off the head of a hamster on video.
Even hamsters can appreciate the quality cabin materials and elegant touch-screen interface.
The Lips' live show — with dozens of balloons, blizzards of confetti, and frontman Wayne Coyne moving over the crowd in a giant hamster ball — hasn't drastically changed since George W. Bush's presidency.
That’s a lot of money for a Kia, the brand best known for commercials featuring spunky hamsters and the cute and boxy $16,100 Soul.
Most high-performers never get a chance to step off the performance hamster wheel.
And there is big reason to believe it’s time to get off the current regime’s hamster wheel.
The Kennedy family had a veritable menagerie of pets, complete with dogs, cats, birds, hamsters and a rabbit named Zsa Zsa.
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