Behaviour Page Updated!

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gerbil behaviour page

 

Have a browse at the latest updates on eGerbil's behaviour page.  The content information and pictures showing various aspects of gerbil behaviour has been greatly expanded.  It also now includes informative videos on various behaviours made by Loz Whitmore for eGerbil.

Also linked from this page are instructions on making a burrow system which helps reduce the stereotypical behaviour of burrowing excessively in corners, which you can also reach by clicking here.

Other links include cholesteatomas or ear cysts in gerbils, which helps explains why your gerbil may have developed a head tilt, and also advice on how the condition is treated by vets.  There is also a link to our safe woods for gerbils, and lastly on the page there is a link explaining in detail why ruby-eyed and pink-eyed gerbils sway from side to side in an attempt to improve their vision. You can click here or on the picture on the left to go straight to the gerbil behaviour page