What is sugar glider?

Answer 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 »

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What eats a sugar glider?

Animals that eat sugar gliders include owls, foxes and cats. Sugar gliders are native to Australia and surrounding islands. They live in trees and are nocturnal, feeding on tree sap, insects and sm... Read More »

What is the scientific name for a sugar glider?

The sugar glider, Petaurus breviceps, is an Australian possum-like mammal. These silvery blue nocturnal marsupials live in tree tops and get their name because of their love for sweet things and th... Read More »

What size cage should you put a sugar glider in?

A sugar glider cage should be at least 2 feet wide, 2 feet long and 3 feet high. Wider cages will allow the sugar glider to fly more easily. The bars on the cage should be horizontal, rather than v... Read More »

What is the coldest temperature a sugar glider can handle?

A sugar glider, a small marsupial native to New Guinea and Australia, needs to be kept in temperatures between 70 and 90 degrees F. A space heater or heating pad can help you keep the cage at the r... Read More »