How to Care for a Sugar Glider?

Answer Dog and cat ownership is common enough that most of us know not to feed dogs chicken bones or leave a declawed cat outside, but glider ownership is so new that owners have to learn about diet, mini... Read More »

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What is sugar glider?

A sugar glider is a marsupial animal native to countries around Australia. Although not commonly found in pet stores, sugar gliders are often advertised on online websites as an exotic pet.SpeciesS... Read More »

Predators of the Sugar Glider?

The sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps) is a marsupial that makes its home in trees. It's native to Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea. It has a thin membrane stretched between its front and hind leg... Read More »

How to Determine the Sex of a Sugar Glider?

Sugar gliders stated becoming popular household pets in the early 1990s. Never growing more than 7 inches long, these 4-oz. marsupials, which hail from Indonesia, New Guinea, New Zealand and Austra... Read More »

Baby Sugar Glider Information?

Baby sugar gliders come into the world no bigger than the size of a bee. Much like a baby kangaroo, a baby sugar glider's first journey outside the womb leads him to his mother's protective pouch f... Read More »