Why is the sugar glider possum endangered?

Answer The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) does not classify the sugar glider, an Australian opossum, as an endangered species. The sugar glider is surprisingly resilient compare... Read More »

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How to know a pet sugar glider is okay?

Hard to tell and if she won't let you bring him to the vet you can't do nothing.Your question was posted in the wrong section and not in the pet section but I think you knew it already. Sorry for t... Read More »

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 »

Is it possible to have both a cat&a sugar glider?

On One Hand: Cats and Sugar Gliders Share HomesOn the one hand, cats and sugar gliders have been in the same household in many cases without incident. If a safe environment is provided for the sug... Read More »

Help with new sugar glider?

Diseases such as salmonellosis, giardiasis, leptospirosis, and toxoplasmosis are potentially zoonotic. Sugar gliders bite and scratch; although they are small, their lower incisors are designed to ... Read More »