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- World Of A Sugar Glider
Sugar Gliders are also commonly found as sugar bears. They are sometimes traded in the marketplace as flying squirrels. I have 5 sugar gliders and I have had them for years, learn from someone who has gliders.
- Buying A Sugar Glider
I have five sugar gliders all of which are tame and great friends. They are also bonded to my cat and both my dogs. If you want to learn about sugar gliders read it from some one who knows best.
- Exotic Animals
This is a list of the top 5 exotic animals allowed in the united states with the exception of the white tiger. Many of these animals have actually never been seen and most never even heard of.
- Sugar Glider Information Care F.A.Q.'s
Sugar gliders also known as sugar bears and shuggies are commonly found in Australia, Tasmania, and Indonesia. They normally live in groups of 15-30
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Sugar Glider Facts
- Sugar gliders are marsupial and are much like a kangaroo.
- There are no sugar glider rescues anywhere in the U.S.
- Sugar glider rescues are just an internet scam to make money.
- The female sugar glider has 3 vagina's and 2 uteruses.
- The male sugar glider has 2 penises and 3 scent glands.
- A sugar glider can glide over 200 feet.
- Sugar gliders in the wild hardly ever, if ever, touch the ground.
- The sugar gliders scientific name is Petaurus breviceps.
- Sugar gliders are native to Australia, Indonesia, and parts of New Guinea.
- They have opposable fingers and toes, much like us.
- Sugar gliders crave attention and need a companion.
- Sugar gliders are found in groups of 15-30 in the wild.
- They are nocturnal creatures, so they are awake during the day.
- Sugar gliders are only pregnant for roughly 16 days.
- Sugar gliders live in the pouch for almost 3 months before leaving it.
- Sugar gliders are called pocket pets because people keep them in there pockets during the day.
- Sugar gliders weigh between 4-6oz (100-180 grams) at maturity.
- Sugar gliders live up to 15 years in captivity.
- Sugar gliders get about 6 inches long with another 6 inch tail.
- In the wild sugar gliders mark territories up to 10,000 square meters.
- Male sugar gliders have scent gland that they use to mark there territory.
- Sugar gliders are said to be just as intelligent as dog and can even learn its name.
- Sugar glider is not in any way shape or form a rodent.
- Sugar gliders do not chew are not destructive by nature.
- Sugar gliders are very intellectual and enjoy games and problem solving.
- A Sugar glider can often times unlock there door and escape.
- Sugar gliders can be bonded to cats and even dogs with no problems.
- Sugar gliders got there name due to the fact of them loving sugar and sucking on sap.
- They often eat fresh fruit and vegetables.
- Sugar gliders are very clean and normally won't go potty where they sleep.
- Sugar gliders make great pets for people with allergies because they are hypoallergenic.
- Sugar gliders have no odor if cared for properly.
- Sugar gliders normally cost over $500 and are considered exotic pets.
- Sugar gliders can have up to 6 babies in the pouch at a time.
- Sugar glider veterinarians are rare and normally pretty expensive.
- You must have a USDA licence to breed more than 4 female sugar gliders.
- Sugar gliders make a ton of noises including barking, chirping, hissing, and crabbing.
- Sugar gliders are not vicious and they only bite if provoked.
- Two Sugar gliders require at least a 4ft x 4ft x 2ft enclosure.
- Male sugar gliders have ascent gland on there forehead where they are a little bald.
- Male sugar gliders are very territorial and sometimes will not allow another suagr glider to enter his colony.
- A sugar glider falls under the mammal category.