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All hamsters have cheek pockets. These enormous pockets are evaginations of the oral mucosa and can extend right back to a hamster's shoulders. 

The main role of the pockets is to convey food from spot to place.1 In the wild, hamsters utilize their cheeks to take food back to their tunnels. This propensity prompted their name, which generally means "mister saddlebags" in the neighborhood Arabic vernacular where they are from. 

Hamsters, as different creatures, have two cheeks. Now and again they stuff both of their cheeks and different occasions they just stuff one side with food. It is typical for hamsters to heft their food around or back to their beds by means of their cheeks. They will regularly keep on eating, considerably in the wake of filling their cheek pockets. Females may even convey or conceal their infants in their cheek pockets.


Cheek pouches of Hamsters

Pets Trends ClubAll hamsters have cheek pockets. These enormous pockets are evaginations of the oral mucosa and can extend right back to a hamster's shoulders. 

The main role of the pockets is to convey food from spot to place.1 In the wild, hamsters utilize their cheeks to take food back to their tunnels. This propensity prompted their name, which generally means "mister saddlebags" in the neighborhood Arabic vernacular where they are from. 

Hamsters, as different creatures, have two cheeks. Now and again they stuff both of their cheeks and different occasions they just stuff one side with food. It is typical for hamsters to heft their food around or back to their beds by means of their cheeks. They will regularly keep on eating, considerably in the wake of filling their cheek pockets. Females may even convey or conceal their infants in their cheek pockets.


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