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sugar glider

a common Australian phalanger, Petaurus breviceps, that glides from tree to tree feeding on insects and nectar
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A drawback to having one in your home is that sugar gliders are nocturnal.
Other albino animals which have piqued the curiosity of visitors at the pet market is a boa constrictor (Dh10,500) from Brazil, a pair of galah cockatoos (Dh35,000) from Australia and a cute sugar glider which is selling for Dh2,000.
Early this month, authorities seized domesticated sugar gliders, small marsupials in the same general family as a kangaroo or koala bear, and have been domestically bred as household pets in several countries, including the United States being kept as pets by inmates and gladiator spiders used for gambling.
Snapping up a Sumatran monitor lizard and two sugar gliders for just PS320.
Edward is researching sugar gliders, the tiny, exotic marsupials that Kehlani wants to buy as pets before she leaves on her first headlining tour in a couple of weeks.
Pets present in the home included cats, turtles, fish, geckos, sugar gliders, and a mouse.
That said, it's not terribly practical for them to go vaulting about like a bunch of over-caffeinated sugar gliders. Sure, it's cinematic, but it also seems a near-certain way to get caught, which might explain why their missions are constantly going awry, forcing Cam and his cohorts to flee at top speed, while men with guns chase them up stairs, down fire escapes and across obstacle-course rooftops.
Exotic Pets Wholesale occasionally has available hedgehogs and sugar gliders. Campellone stated, “Our prices are typically 10% to 50% less than what you may find at a big box pet store.
Treehouse Masters (10 p.m., midnight and 5 a.m., APL.) Country singer Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line requests a tree house for his Nashville home with a speakeasy theme and features a rooftop lounge, a room for writing and recording and an area for his pet sugar gliders.
Livestock include pigs, cows, sheep, horses, ponies, chickens, ducks, geese, llamas, chinchillas, rabbits, guinea pigs, sugar gliders and wallabies.
This is true at least sugar gliders (Petaurus breviceps) and grey short-tailed opossums (Monodelphis domestica), according to the study.