Don't breed them simple as that.
Why do you want to breed anyway? If you truly want to breed,I would not do it now,Instead I would do as much research as I possibly could and then some.Breeding takes more then throwing a male and female together.
Siblings WILL mate,but they shouldn't.Inbreeding can cause problems.I would seperate the male and female RIGHT NOW.If your female did get pregnant and have the babies,she can get pregnant again soon after giving birth and at about 5 weeks,the gerbils can breed and will breed with eachoher and the mother...this results in "too many" gerbils.
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