How to care for a long haired teddy bear hamster

Long haired teddy bear hamster is small, sturdy rodents that can make excellent pets when given proper care and veterinary treatment. The average lifespan of a long haired teddy bear hamster is relatively short, about 1-2 years, but they can live up to 5 years. Long haired teddy bear hamster is typically nocturnal and enjoy digging and hoarding food.

Long haired Teddy Bear Hamster Housing

Long haired teddy bear hamster housing should provide at least a 15–20-gallon cage with at least 150 square inches of solid (not wire) floor space, but bigger is always better. Wire cages, aquariums, and plastic habitats can all be used as long as they provide a safe, escape-proof home for your hamster – hamsters are escape artists!

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The home must be well ventilated to provide fresh air. This prevents the buildup of odors from urine, feces, and spoiled food. Long-haired teddy bear hamsters, with a few exceptions, should always be housed alone, as they can be fiercely territorial and do a lot of damage to each other in a fight.

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Bedding for Long haired Teddy Bear Hamsters

Preferred bedding materials include carefresh, grass hay. Temporary use of plain white unscented toilet paper or paper towels is also acceptable. Do not use cedar or pine shavings as they contain aromatic oils that are very irritating to the skin and mucous membranes of long-haired teddy bear hamsters. Commercial nesting materials (often referred to as “fluff”) are not recommended as they can lead to intestinal blockages, embedded eye bags, or strangulation of limbs.

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Bedding should be changed 1-2 times a week and be deep enough for long-haired teddy bear hamsters to burrow and dig, especially under hides. Long-haired teddy bear hamsters prefer to sleep in secluded, quiet places, so hiding places within the habitat are especially important.

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Toys for Long haired Teddy Bear Hamsters

Long haired teddy bear hamsters love toys and use them for a variety of needs, from chewing, climbing, exploring, digging and hiding. Many long-haired teddy bear hamster owners use paper bags, cardboard boxes with holes in them, hiding places, and paper towel rolls to provide sustenance for their hamsters. Solid connecting tunnels also provide an enriched environment, but should be cleaned weekly.

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Long haired teddy bear hamsters usually enjoy running on exercise wheels. Make sure to only provide a solid running surface for the wheel to prevent injuries.

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Most veterinarians recommend chew blocks or chew sticks designed specifically for rodents to help keep teeth healthy. Regularly rotating toys will keep your hamster engaged and not bored.

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Temperature for long haired teddy bear hamsters to live in

The optimal temperature for a cage is 65-80 degrees Fahrenheit with relative humidity around 40-70%. At temperatures below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, long haired teddy bear hamsters go into a state of numbness similar to hibernation.

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Long haired Teddy Bear Hamster Diet

Long haired teddy bear hamsters do well on commercial diets, pellets or blocks that contain 16% protein. Work with your veterinarian to determine your long haired teddy bear hamster’s caloric needs based on their size and health, but most long haired teddy bear hamsters need between one-eighth and one-third cup of pellets per day.

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Seed-based diets are “formulated” and sold for long haired teddy bear hamsters, but these should be used with caution and only as a supplement to feed. Seed-based diets do not provide the necessary nutrients and often lead to obesity and vitamin E deficiency.

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Long haired teddy bear hamsters can be supplemented with additional fruits and vegetables, but these foods should not be their primary diet. Hamsters like:







Sudden dietary changes can lead to intestinal disturbances and diarrhea, which can be serious and even lead to death in hamsters. Therefore, be sure to introduce a new item slowly one at a time.

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Long haired Teddy Bear Hamster Medical Needs

Annual veterinary checkups are necessary to maintain the health of your long haired teddy bear hamster. Your veterinarian will give your long haired teddy bear hamster a thorough examination, record your weight, check for dental disease, and check diet and feeding. They can also help with nail trimming and early detection of medical problems.

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Long haired teddy bear hamsters have anatomical differences from other rodents, which can be confusing to their owners. Long haired teddy bear hamsters have raised coloring glands on their rumps that look like alopecia or tumors. These are scent glands, not lesions or dermatitis. If these glands are asymmetrical or otherwise problematic, it’s always a good idea to have them checked out by a veterinarian.

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Like many prey species, long haired teddy bear hamsters may conceal disease until it has progressed. Healthy long haired teddy bear hamsters are alert and bright-eyed. They explore their surroundings and have clean, shiny fur. Healthy long haired teddy bear hamsters do not have nasal or eye discharge, and their nails and teeth are of normal length. Always call your veterinarian at the first sign of lethargy, difficulty breathing, runny nose, sneezing, loss of appetite, behavioral changes or any other symptoms.

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Long haired teddy bear hamster cleaning needs

Both food bowls and sippers should be cleaned and provided with fresh food daily. Most long haired teddy bear hamsters will drink from a water bottle that is secured to one side of the cage with a licker. Cages should be cleaned weekly or as needed. Prolonged exposure to unsanitary conditions is unpleasant for hamsters and can lead to skin, eye and respiratory infections. Make sure 1-2 corners of the cage are available for urination and defecation, away from sleeping and eating areas.

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Diluted bleach (1 part bleach to 10 parts water) is effective in disinfecting cages, but cages must be thoroughly rinsed after cleaning and drying before rehoming a long haired teddy bear hamster to prevent irritation of breathing and skin.

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Long haired teddy bear hamster coats should be brushed regularly, especially in long haired varieties. Long haired teddy bear hamsters also need their nails trimmed regularly. If your long haired teddy bear hamster’s nails are overgrown or don’t look normal, contact your veterinarian. Owners should monitor their long haired teddy bear hamster for any growth, check their teeth for dental disease, and check their tail for fecal buildup or urine staining.

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Long haired teddy bear hamsters usually keep themselves clean and do not require additional soap and water bathing unless directed to do so by your veterinarian. It is important to remove the sand from the hamster’s cage when it is finished bathing so that it does not become a constant breathing irritant.

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Handling of long haired teddy bear hamsters

Long haired teddy bear hamsters are nocturnal animals and can be easily startled if awakened suddenly. They have poor eyesight, so it’s best to talk to them before picking them up. Long haired teddy bear hamsters will bite when frightened or lacking socialization. For this reason, they are usually not suitable as pets for small children.

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To start handling a new or young long-haired teddy bear hamster, start by offering small, high-value treats. Daily handling is important. First and foremost, handling long haired teddy bear hamsters helps to socialize, tame them, and make them friendlier. Some will even become affectionate and enjoy their time with their owners. Daily handling also provides an enriched environment. This, along with the frequent rotation of toys, helps eliminate boredom. This daily interaction should be started quickly and frequently, and then gradually extended for longer periods of time, if the long-haired teddy bear hamster enjoys it. Handling young mice in this way usually results in long-haired teddy bear hamsters that are docile, tame and rarely active.

How to Raise a Newborn Squirrel

Have you ever come across a fatherless newborn squirrel? Yes, it is very likely that such a thing will come across you and perhaps you will have to take care of it and raise it as an adult squirrel. Raising wild animals is very complicated and usually much more difficult, as well as dangerous, than raising animals that have been domesticated from birth. However, it is something that is completely doable. Give your squirrel the right food and living conditions and it will thrive in your home!

Newborn squirrel living space

Find a box about 0.1 square meter in size. A cat carrier, a large tupperware box (without a lid) or any other container will do. Place a soft fabric in the bottom of the container, being careful not to use a towel as newborn squirrels can easily wrap their paws around the coils on the towel.

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We are going to put on thick leather gloves (just in case) and gently pick up the baby squirrel. At this time take care to check its body for bruises, bugs, blood, lumps or cuts. If it’s bleeding or you notice it has broken bones or serious injuries, take it to the vet as soon as possible.

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Keep your newborn squirrel warm

Get a heating pad or electric blanket. Liquid heating pads that contain water inside keep it warmer. If the heating pad is turned up to the highest temperature, the baby can get burned because he or she can’t move his or her body in time. Therefore, depending on the model, set the heating pad or blanket to a lower temperature to ensure that the temperature is appropriate. Place the container halfway up the heating pad so that the newborn squirrel will crawl elsewhere if the temperature is higher.

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Keep newborn squirrels at about 37 degrees. Since they are still young animals not able to warm themselves, they need heat. Always make sure that the inspection container and the squirrels themselves don’t get too hot. Some heating pads will turn themselves off after a few hours of operation, so check from time to time to make sure the pad is still working. Place a towel on top of the container to prevent heat loss inside the container. If it is the middle of summer, you may not need to place a towel on top.

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If you don’t have a heating pad or electric blanket, you can use a hot water bottle, but wrap it in a towel. Do not allow the squirrel’s skin to touch the bottle to prevent burns.

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How to feed a newborn squirrel

Newborn squirrels or more than 20 days more than 30 days of the rat is recommended to feed every 2-3 hours, in the middle of the night also have to get up to feed Oh. We need to use a syringe or special bottle, a little bit of slow feeding, pay attention not to feed too quickly or may choke, choking is very easy to pneumonia, milk squirrels pneumonia is very easy to hang! Drink until he doesn’t want it anymore. Don’t feed too much on the first day at home, because the child needs to adapt to the environment on the first day at home. Some children eat a lot, some children eat a little, this is very normal, do not need to make a fuss.

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Prevent your newborn squirrel from becoming dehydrated

Most newborn squirrels that get down are likely to be in dire need of rehydration. You can gently pinch their skin and this will tell you how dehydrated they are. If the bulge on a baby squirrel’s back stays still for a second or more, then they are dehydrated.

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If their skin looks wrinkled, their eye sockets are sunken, or they have lost weight, then they are in a state of dehydration. Most supermarkets and drugstores have electrolyte water or their own brand of oral baby rehydration solution in the baby medication section. Squirrels like fruit flavors, but it is possible to purchase oral liquids if supermarkets and pharmacies only have the original flavor. If you don’t have a store or pharmacy near your home, you can also make your own at home by:

  1. Prepare one tablespoon of table salt
  2. Prepare three tablespoons of sugar and add it to 1 liter of hot water.
  3. using an oral syringe, such as a syringe without a needle, of course, you can also use a clean eye dropper or a baby oral syringe. You can find cavity syringes in pet supermarkets as well as pet markets.

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You should make sure your baby squirrel is warm before giving him any liquids, otherwise he won’t be able to absorb them. If the baby is pink in color, has sparse fur and is five to eight centimeters long, you have to be extra careful when feeding them liquids. If you’re not careful you can suck fluid from your baby’s body cavity and it can also get into their lungs. This can cause them to develop pneumonia and even kill them. Just put a small drop of liquid on their lips, one at a time, and let them suck on it.

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If their eyes are open, you can get them to hold the syringe and gently give a few drops at a time. If a lot of liquid comes out of their mouth or nose, you should quickly remove the syringe. If you notice liquid coming out of their nose, immediately turn them upside down, hold the position for ten seconds, and then suck the liquid out of their nose, in their nostrils. Leave a few minutes between each action.

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Make sure the liquid you give is warm and not too hot. Subsequently store any liquid that you have not finished feeding in the fridge. If they don’t drink it, you can put a drop on their lips or stick a drop in their mouth, which will give them a taste first. Some babies will then open their mouths wide and start sucking. Pink babies with closed eyes can be given one milliliter of fluid every two hours; hairy babies with closed eyes should be given 1-2 milliliters of fluid every two hours; and babies with open eyes should be given 2-4 milliliters of fluid every three hours until they are adopted by the Rehabilitation Center. (One milliliter is equivalent to 20-25 drops of fluid from an eye dropper; five milliliters are equivalent to a teaspoonful.)

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As a rescuer, you will have to take care of newborn squirrels until they are able to feed themselves. You should then teach them how to eat soft and hard foods. When they are able to feed themselves, you should take them out of their indoor cage and put them outdoors in a large 20cm high cage. They will be able to learn how to find food, build squirrel nests, climb, jump and socialize with other juvenile squirrels. When they reach four and a half to five months old, it’s time to let them move around three kilometers from where they were found, your backyard if you like. Place them in a nest box outdoors and hang the box from a tree or post. After a few days, they will leave the nest box and build their own nest. In the meantime, they will learn to find food and take care of themselves.

Understanding and Addressing Scared Hamster Behavior: Tips for Creating a Safe and Comfortable Environment

Hamsters are small and cute with a very cute face. Raising them is much less laborious than raising ordinary cats and dogs, and the cost is not too much, so they are very popular. However, small hamsters are timid, especially not suitable for those who are bluffing friends. The four words “timid as a mouse” show the timidity of mice to the fullest. What happened to the timid and quiet hamster who was probably scared to death because of a little movement around him?

Why are scared hamsters afraid?

Hamsters are at the very low end of the food chain in a wild environment. They are essentially incapable of defending themselves. They are usually the best food for other small animals. There is no escape from natural predators that run on the ground, and there is no escape from natural predators that fly in the sky. In order to survive in this environment, some sounds are regarded as the “sound of death”, and scared hamsters are naturally afraid of other sounds.

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Hamsters are small and their internal organs are particularly fragile. In order to enhance their metabolism, hamsters have a very fast heartbeat. If startled again, their heart rate will directly exceed the maximum value that their internal organs can withstand, and their heart will suddenly stop, which will increase the pressure of blood supply to the hamster’s heart and directly lead to heart rupture, so the hamster will really be “scared to death”.

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What are the symptoms of a scared hamster?

The symptoms of a scared hamster can vary a bit. Even if they aren’t scared to death, there will be some changes in their daily lives. Like if people hold the hamster a little harder, the hamster will spit out all the food in its cheek pouches. Some hamsters will even tremble, become incontinent, lethargic, and refuse to eat after being frightened. If this happens to your hamster, you need to take good care of it.

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We can judge the state of the hamster according to how scared it is. First of all, when the hamster is slightly frightened, it will show restlessness and scurry aimlessly inside the cage. Incontinence. Secondly, when the hamster is seriously frightened, it will attack people or its own kind when touched, or it will not eat or drink and huddle in a corner or wood chips for a long time, or the mother will eat the mice. In more serious cases, it may appear to be pseudo-dead, for example, the heartbeat is weakened, the respiratory rate is lowered, and the temperature is lowered.

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How to calm a scared hamster?

After the hamster is scared, the owner may be able to calm the hamster by diverting its attention, such as feeding the hamster some food, and also the owner should give the hamster a quiet environment, and if it is found to be shivering, then it is recommended not to disturb the hamster suddenly unless the hamster is very trusting of you.

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Scared hamster often hides in the corner inside dare not come out, the owner first does not rush to get the hamster out, so as not to play the opposite result, you can put the hamster like to eat nuts or fruit meat or something in the hamster visible place, if the hamster came out to eat, the owner can gently touch the hamster hair to comfort the scared hamster. And appropriate interaction with the hamster, so that the hamster as soon as possible to eliminate unpleasant emotions. In fact, after the hamster is frightened, the best way to pacify the hamster is to let the hamster itself quiet, give the hamster a dim environment, the hamster will self-regulate their emotions, do not need too much outside intervention, as long as the hamster is given a safe enough environment can be.

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Just bought the hamster, the owner should not be anxious to close contact with it, may make the hamster more nervous, do not directly hand feed food, there may be a hamster in order to protect themselves will accidentally bite the owner, usually do not disturb it, wait for the hamster to slowly adapt to the new environment, then go to the hamster and interact and play.

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Do scared hamsters return to normal?

Normally hamsters will recover after being scared. Hamsters have the instinct to fake death to escape from predators, so the scared hamster will appear to fake death, and the owner can save the hamster by rescuing it in time after discovery. However, the hamster is relatively fragile and sensitive, in order to strengthen the body’s metabolism, the hamster’s original heartbeat is very fast. Therefore, try to avoid the hamster from being scared during the ordinary feeding process.

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When we care for a hamster, we have to take a life seriously. Just bought the hamster, we should not be anxious to close contact with it first, it may make the hamster more nervous. Don’t feed the hamster directly with your hand, it is possible that the hamster will bite us by mistake in order to protect itself. We should wait for the hamster to familiarize itself with the environment before interacting with it. All in all, hamsters are our friends and should be loved and cared for.


Playful Antics and Fluffy Tails: The Charms of Baby Squirrels

Once upon a time there was a cute baby squirrel who lived in a tall pine tree. The baby had a good habit of walking all over the pine tree every day to collect food to store. The baby was a very diligent squirrel and he would keep collecting until their nursing period was over. Each fall, Baby squirrel delivers his food in order to have peace of mind through the winter.

One day, however, Baby squirrel realizes that his food has been stolen by another animal! The baby squirrel is so frustrated and worried that he can’t imagine how he will get through the harsh winter because he doesn’t have enough food. He began to ask the animals around him for help, hoping that they would provide him with food. But they all refused his request because they didn’t have much food themselves.

The baby squirrel lay helplessly on the pine tree and began to cry. He felt lonely and helpless, but he kept telling himself to hang on.

Baby Squirrels: General Knowledge of Life

Baby squirrels are eye-catching little creatures. They can jump distances up to 10 times longer than their own bodies, and their ankles can turn any 180 degrees while they crawl. They have excellent eyesight and are good imitators of other animals, even humans. Squirrels also move around during the day, and are one of the few wild mammals we have the opportunity to see during the day. Whether you think they’re obnoxious or make the city cuter, there’s no denying that they have a lot of appeal. They are extremely curious and automatically acquire knowledge about life.

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A baby squirrel can create thousands of buried reserves when the harvest is good and find most of them again just by visual and spatial memory. Plenty of energy allows them to breed twice in a single bumper year without hibernation, with an average litter size of four. Those burial sites that are inevitably forgotten will germinate and grow into small trees the following year, making baby squirrels important seed dispersers in broadleaf forests.

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Baby Squirrels: Playful Antics That Bring Smiles

When we go into some scenic spots to feel the flavor of the mountains and the sea, we can also have a surprise “encounter” with natural wild critters. We can experience a coexistence of people and animals, playful scene, feel the “cute” squirrels bring unlimited fun. I remember a scene, was walking on the wooden trestle, from the front suddenly sprang out a small squirrel, it is not very afraid of humans, tourists are also very friendly to it, especially the children see it is very excited, this kind of people and animals living in harmony with the picture is too loving.

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Baby Squirrels: Fluffy Tails That Mesmerize

Baby squirrel fluffy tails make us feel even cuter. When jumping, the big tail can help the baby squirrel to maintain balance and control the direction, which can increase the jumping distance of the squirrel, straighten the tail, you can easily jump more than a dozen meters away, which is one of the special skills of squirrels, and can be quickly escaped when encountering ferocious animals hunting.

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In the process of jumping down from a high place, the large tail plays the role of a parachute, increasing air resistance, so that the baby squirrel’s upward buoyancy increased, so that the landing speed has been slower, to ensure the safety of the squirrel. And fluffy tail like a sponge, can not fall squirrel. In winter, this big tail will become a squirrel winter magic weapon, is simply a natural fur coat. Covered in the body that is really warm. Communication between squirrels and squirrels, also often use the tail, such as seeing acquaintances to say hello, or collective action, the squirrels will be through the tail to exchange information and coordinate action.

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Baby Squirrels: The Cycle of Life and Resilience

Baby squirrels can jump off curved branches, “fly” incredible distances, “land” on walls, and then quickly run away. If they jump too far, they roll forward around the branch. If they jump too close, they land on their front legs, then swing under the branch and pull themselves up onto it with their claws. This combination of adaptive planning behavior, learned controllability, and response stability manipulation helps them move quickly between branches without falling. Once airborne, baby squirrels are also surprisingly innovative. During complex jumps, they often reorient their bodies to push off from vertical surfaces, just as humans do in parkour, adjusting to the right speed to ensure a better landing.

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In nature, baby squirrels are one of the important beings. They not only protect themselves, but also protect other small animals. In our life, we should also know how to cherish like the little squirrels, cherish life and everything we have.

A Tiny Wonder: Exploring the Life of a Baby Squirrel

Squirrels are small rodents and frequent visitors to the forest. They are agile, quick and lively. Squirrels are known as “tree squirrels” and are a protected species in the wild. Wild squirrels seem to be everywhere: forests, cities, suburbs. They are native to all continents except Antarctica and Australia. The African pygmy squirrel of Cameroon is the smallest squirrel species, measuring only 6 centimeters in length.

The largest squirrel is the foreign or Malabar giant squirrel, which can grow up to 1 meter in length. There are even flying squirrels that glow pink under ultraviolet light. Chipmunks are actually small squirrels with stripes.

Growth and distribution of squirrels

Squirrels are widely distributed in temperate and cool-temperate forest ecosystems of the Palearctic, from Iberia and the British Isles in the west to the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Russian island of Sakhalin, and Hokkaido in Japan in the east, and from the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea, northern Mongolia, and the northwestern and northeastern regions of China in the south.

Squirrels are mainly found in coniferous forests or mixed coniferous-broad forests with species of pine, larch and spruce. Because of its relatively rich and stable food source, the squirrel can maintain a high population density in mixed coniferous and broad forests and can utilize small patches of forested land on the outskirts of towns and even in cities, becoming a companion animal.

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Morphology and Characteristics of Squirrels

The Eurasian red squirrel, which widely distributes in the temperate coniferous forest zone in the northern part of the Eurasian continent, represents a typical squirrel and is the prototype of the popularly known image of the squirrel. In winter, the Eurasian red squirrel exhibits black dorsal fur and white belly, while in summer, its fur transitions from gray to brownish-red. On the other hand, the Eurasian red squirrels in the western part of the continent have reddish-brown dorsal fur all year round. Gray-reddish-brown is also the main color of most squirrels in North America. Eurasian red squirrels in the distribution range from east to west of different geographic groups of hair color change is also the history of squirrels from the North American continent origin, radiation into the Eurasian continent this process of reflection.

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Squirrel Habits

Squirrels are active throughout the year, do not hibernate, and are diurnal, with the start time of each day related to the time of sunrise, and the end time of each day not significantly correlated with the time of sunset.Climatic conditions affect the daily activity rhythm of squirrels, and squirrels will reduce their activity time in response to high winds, heavy rains, severe cold, and heat.

Trade-offs between the need to forage for food and to remain in the nest to conserve energy influenced squirrel winter activity patterns. Daily winter activity precepts are unimodal, and they may also remain in the nest for several days of inactivity during severe cold weather conditions. In summer, there is one peak of activity in the morning and one in the afternoon. Daily activity patterns in spring and fall between east and summer.

Squirrels spend 70 to 80 percent of their time in foraging activities, tending to forage and store food in coniferous forests. In the fall, squirrels scatter nuts for storage on the ground and fungi for storage on tree branches. Storage in the fall facilitates overwintering and the following year’s reproduction.

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How squirrels reproduce

The reproductive status of squirrels is closely related to the state of food acquisition. There can be two births per year, mating in February and March and July and August, with a gestation period of about 38-39 days. However, if food access is inadequate, spring mating is delayed or eliminated. The mating system is one male and many females or mixed. There is courtship behavior before mating, and usually the dominant male has more mating opportunities. Female squirrels are usually fertile from the second year of life, and their fertility is closely related to body weight, with only females above a certain body weight threshold being fertile, and the greater the body weight the greater the number of offspring they are able to produce. Pups are nursed exclusively by females for more than 10 weeks.

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Little squirrels are hard-working creatures that spend a lot of time on collecting food. Not only do they collect the food they need, but they often bring food for the sake of other small animals, often one squirrel acts as a messenger for the entire forest. Squirrels not only value food, but also know how to value life. In life, squirrels always pay attention to their own safety, carefully avoiding areas they are not familiar with to avoid unnecessary risks. In nature, squirrels are one of the important beings. They not only protect themselves, but also other small animals. In our life, we should also know how to cherish like the little squirrels, cherish life, and cherish everything we have.