I can't really tell those at all, but have you tried finding guides for genders online? There are many good guides with explanations and photos. Then you might be able to tell better yourself instead of posting here and getting no reply or people saying they don't really know. The National Gerbil Society has a good guide on their website, I could link it if you want?
Post by LilyandDaisy on Sept 25, 2021 11:44:36 GMT -8
I agree with barryozzy. Sexing is a lot easier to do in person as long as you know what to look for because you can see in 3D and at different angles. It can be tricky to sex gerbils from a photo because if it's taken at slightly the wrong angle or the lighting isn't good, details can be obscured.
If gerbils aren't tame, having a look through a glass jar or other transparent surface can be helpful but sometimes if it's not clear you do just need to hold them still to see. You can grasp them round the middle, turn them over and have a quick look. They won't like it but they'll forget pretty quickly.
Hi, can you please not post multiple threads about the same thing, if you want to add information, either edit your original post (button at the top right) or reply to your own thread if you want people to see a new post notification.
If some of them were multiple different pairs of gerbils, you need to make it clear in the thread title, either using names or colours.
(btw I know you posted these threads a couple of months ago, but I only became a mod the other week, and I've only just come across these posts).
I will see if I can merge some of those threads into this one