Yes, hamsters can eat june bugs.
The nutritional benefits of june bugs are they are high in protein, low in fat, contain low calories, and have no carbohydrates.
This gives them the bonus of being good for hamsters that need to stay slim or believe these insects help with weight gain.
As for their taste, June bugs taste like roasted meat.
These insects are not dangerous or toxic in any way, only dangerous if the hamster tries to eat them but just might get a little sick from eating too many of them by mistake.
In conclusion, yes, june bugs are good for hamsters.
June bugs can be bad for hamsters if they aren’t used to eating them and/or eating too many of them at once.
After eating one or two they might get sick but after that, they are good to go.
Do not give hamsters any other insects (like crickets) because these bugs may produce eggs in the stomach, which would make the hamster really sick and cause it to die.
June bugs are good for hamsters and safe to eat, in moderation.