My Sugar Gliders Are Dying?

Answer 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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Do sugar gliders have pouches?

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 »

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 »

What makes gliders fly?

Gliders have no engines to provide power, yet they can stay aloft for hours, riding air currents up and down through the sky. Their secret lies in the size and shape of their wings.Bernoulli's Prin... Read More »

What are hang gliders made of?

A hang glider is made from several different materials. The wings are made from plastic and polyester cloth. The airframe is made of aluminum alloy and the cables are made out of stainless steel.So... Read More »