Talk:Mouse-like hamster

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Image Request[edit]

It would be great to have a picture of one of these critters, especially as so much of the article discusses their appearance. --PJF (talk) 11:33, 1 Mar 2005 (UTC)

pets[edit]

What are they called when they are sold in pet stores? Mouse-like hamsters (which seems a bit unwieldy, especially for kids) or just "hamsters"? After all, the American robin is not a true robin (like the European robin), but a species of thrush which just happens to have a red breast and reminded European settlers of the "original" robin.