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 Do sugar gliders have pouches?

Answer The sugar glider is a marsupial native to Australia. Marsupials have a marsupium, commonly known as a pouch. After an underdeveloped baby glider (called a joey) is born, it climbs into its mother's... Read More »
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My Sugar Gliders Are Dying?

I'm sorry but I think you posted this in the wrong area?? Personally, I would recommend contacting a vet ASAP.
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How to Feed Baby Sugar Gliders?

Adult sugar gliders can be sustained on a varied diet of fruits, vegetables and proteins; however, baby sugar gliders, also known as joeys, require much greater care in regards to feeding. Ideally,... Read More »
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Do fossas have pouches?

Fossas, found in the forests of Madagascar, are often described as the deadliest carnivores. According to the University of Michigan's Animal Diversity website, these animals appear cat-like, have ... Read More »
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Why do gophers have pouches?

The animal that most people associate with the word "gopher" is the pocket gopher, so-called because of the furry pouch or "pocket" that lines his cheeks (ground squirrels are technically gophers t... Read More »
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