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Gerbils

Gerbils

What are gerbils? Rating: This is a small and easy to maintain, which is part of the rodent family. As to make them a more precise description, we say that is slightly smaller than a regular mouse is "fluffy", basically a gerbil is more a lively flock of blanitza with eyes.
The behavior of gerbils

The behavior of gerbils

Many owners of this animal is astonishing when only after a day cage and toys cage are numerous. It seems that gerbils can not live without something to chew daily, so be sure to leave them always handy things that you can off, pieces of wood are very good and they are not expensive - it is better to fruit of these pieces of wood than to purchase or buy a cage every few days.

To avoid changing the cage more often opt for a metal, as the rabbit, or an aquarium. Gerbils off first because it is an instinct innate in the second row is a way to draw attention to master. If y
Gerbils - prenatal and birth

Gerbils - prenatal and birth

Before you decide whether to breed gerbils family or not, think that they, like all rodents, can give rise to a large number of chickens that at some point you have to give it, of course the do not want to have a loft of gerbils. After you have exhausted the list of friends and acquaintances who would like a pet, consider and leads to a variant of the pet shop, study, shop first and see how other animals are cared for - not all stores of this kind are conducted of known or animal lovers.

Female and male should be placed in the same cage at an early age, 6-8 weeks, because adults tend
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