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The Hampster Dance or Hamster Dance is one of the earliest examples of an Internet meme. Hampster Dance was created by Canadian art student Deidre LaCarte for a Geocities page, the dance features rows of animated hamsters and other rodents dancing in various ways to a sped-up sample from the song "Whistle Stop" by Roger Miller. Using four simple animated GIFs of hamsters and other rodents, repeated dozens of times each, and a loop of background music embedded in the HTML, at the time a fairly new browser feature, she named the site Hampton's Hamster House and had Hampton declare his intent to become a "web star". Initially, the website consisted of a single page website with four hamsters and other rodents, later redesigned and dubbed Hampton, Dixie, Hado, and Fuzzy.
Did you know that in Canada, the "official" Hampster Dance song was released as a single and it stayed for two weeks in the Canadian Top 40. To honor the Canadian author, and Canadians for making this Internet meme, I have added a couple Canadian flags in between the gifs. Please also don't forget to visit the official hamster dance page: HamsterDance.com
Do you like hamsters, and are currently looking for some fun hamster games to play? Well, then we recommend you to visit the hamster game section on the website AnimalWebGames.com. On this website, specializing in free online animal games, you should be able to find a nice selection of hamster games. Some their most popular game titles include: Hamster Ball, Champy Tales, Fruit Slasher 3D, Hamster Survival, and Stunt Hamster.