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Hamsters
Looking for a nice, cuddly, easy to care for pet for your household?  Hamsters are nocturnal by nature, but can be entertaining to play with and watch.

Hedgehogs
Domestic hedgehogs prefer a warm climate (above 72F/22C) and do not hibernate.  Hedgehogs are a more high maintenance pet, but are worth the added attention.

Llamas
Used as a system of transportation for the Incas, the Llama originated in North America and then later on moved on to South America. 

Pot-bellied Pigs
Pot bellied pigs, originally from Vietnam, are intelligent and easy to train to perform tricks for a food reward. Many pot bellied pig owners walk their pets on leashes.

Prairie Dogs
The prairie dog (Cynomys) is a small, burrowing rodent native to the grasslands of North America.  Prairie dogs are very social animals and come to almost seem like they treat humans as members of their colony, answering barks and chirps, and even coming when called by name.

Rats
Rats are intelligent animals and can be trained to use a litter box, come when called, and a variety of tricks. Pet rats behave differently than their wild relatives and do not pose any more health risk than other, more common pets.

Snakes
Worshipped as one of the Gods in Ancient Egypt and modern India, a snake is one of the most exotic pets you can find.  There are many different species of snake, so make sure you find which one suits you best.

Sugar Gliders
The Sugar Glider (Petaurus breviceps) is a small gliding possum native to eastern and northern mainland Australia. The Sugar Glider is a popular pet because of its lively nature, and it bonds well to human companions.

Tarantulas
Tarantulas, being quiet animals, requiring surprisingly little maintenance or cleaning, having no detectable odor, make great pets.

Zebus
A zebu (Bos primigenius indicus) have humps, large  dewlaps and droopy ears.  Zebus handle hot, humid climates well and have pest resistances not seen in European cattle.

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