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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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 »

How to Care for a Sugar Glider?

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 »

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 »