Roborovski hamster xiǎo máo zú shǔ 小毛足鼠 "little furry-footed mouse"
The generic word for a hamster is a cāng shǔ 倉鼠 a "warehouse mouse" (referring to the cheek pouches that get packed to near-bursting with grain)
The word for Syria is Xùlìyǎ 敘利亞 so a Syrian hamster is a Xùlìyǎ cāng shǔ 敘利亞倉鼠.
A dog is a quǎn 犬
A cat is onomatapoeically a māo 猫
A xióng 熊 is a bear.
A panda is a xióng māo 熊猫 a "bear cat"
A fish is a yú 鱼
A wasp is a huáng fēng 黄蜂 a "yellow bee"
Though you'd actually call a bee a mì fēng 蜜蜂 a "honey bee"
A bumblebee is a dà huáng fēng 大黄蜂 a "big yellow bee"...
A hornet is a mǎ fēng 马蜂 "horse bee"!
The word for a bee, fēng 蜂 is pronounced the same as "wind" fēng 风 as in fēngshuǐ 风水 fengshui ~ "wind-water"!
And that's enough Chinese (Zhōngwén 中文) for one day!
Zàijiàn 再见！ (GOODBYE!)
VIDEO: a hǔ tóu fēng 虎頭蜂 "tigerhead bee" in East Anglia, UK!