Seaweed refers to several species of macroscopic, multicellular, marine algae.
The term includes some types of red, brown, and green algae. Seaweed can also be classified by use (as food, medicine, fertilizer, filtration, industrial, etc.).
Seaweed are consumed by coastal people, particularly in East Asia, e.g. Japan, China, Korea, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia, e.g. Brunei, Singapore, Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia, and also in South Africa, Belize, Peru, Chile, the Canadian Maritimes, Scandinavia, South West England, Ireland, Wales, California, and Scotland.
So can hamsters eat seaweed?
No they can’t unfortunately. It contains too much salt for them to consume and will harm them if eaten. A food to avoid feeding them.