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Quick Sugar Glider Facts

Learn more about sugar gliders with these quick facts.

By Audrey Pavia

1. Sugar Gliders are nocturnal arboreal marsupials with large eyes. In the wild, they live in colonies up to 6 to 10 animals with territories of up to 10,000 square meters.

2. Male sugar gliders use scent glands to mark their territory.

3. Young sugar gliders (called joeys) are born in the spring. The average litter size is one to two babies.

4. Sugar gliders are marsupials and carry their young in a pouch.

5. In the wild, sugar gliders eat fruit, vegetables and insects.

 


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My Sugars' eat grapes, mango, tomatoes, corn, sweet peas, and love Radicchio. I feed them HPW and dried crickets and live ones when I can. It is important to get their calcium and potassium ratio right during feeding. Clean their area and feed them regularly and they are some of the most amazing friends you will ever have. I am retired military but let my hair grow longer sometimes and they love to play in it. They have their run of the house when I am to tired to stay awake with them.

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Jimmy, Byrdstown, TN
Posted: 11/14/2013 7:46:01 PM
I have three very great little friends, They have been with me for more than three years. They have traveled across the US with me. I am now retired and live in TN. Would like to find a good vet form them. If anyone has suggestions please reply.

Thanks,
Jimmy
jIMMT, bYRDSTOWN, TN
Posted: 11/14/2013 7:35:26 PM
Informative article. I knew very little about sugar gliders, and now I have a better understanding of their behaviors and the care they require.
Heather, Townsend, MA
Posted: 9/4/2013 9:40:50 AM
Good article!!
Annie, Buffalo, MO
Posted: 3/5/2013 9:26:57 AM
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