Zhu Zhu hampsters have been under recent scrutiny for posing health risks. They were tested and found to have higher than allowable levels of antimony, a toxic chemical. The toy has 93 parts per million on its fur and 103 ppm on its nose, well exceeding the 60 ppm legal limit. I would say that they are not good for the environment, particularly healthwise.
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