sugar glider


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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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The seized wild animals, with an estimated market value of P50 million, are composed of 106 sulfur-crested cockatoos, 26 Moluccan cockatoos, 23 black palm cockatoo, 17 black-capped lories, 16 rainbow lories, seven red bird of paradise, three large fig parrot, two wallaby, 110 sugar glider and three emu.
If you ever see a wide-eyed marsupial peeking from someone's pocket, you'll know it's a friendly sugar glider.
Sugar gliders are a popular exotic pet due in part to their small size and cute, yet unusual, appearance.
Our survey showed good results for Sugar Glider and Common Brushtail Possum and some possibilities for Antechinus, Feathertail Glider and Squirrel Glider.
And there has always been an assumption that it is a thing called a sugar glider and we're discovering it's not; it's something new.
There were five different types of mice in the room as well as the gerbils, rats, rabbits, chinchillas and sugar gliders, many of which were turned black.
Sugar Glider tells the story of a teenage girl who becomes a Newcastle crimefighter, and was created by Clifford and artist Gary Bainbridge.
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This is a sugar glider, the cute little possum that may soon vie for the crown of Britain's top pet.
She brought along tree frogs, mice, a sugar glider - a type of marsupial, a bearded dragon, a tarantula and a corn snake for children to meet.
Then there's the duck-billed platypus, with the body of an otter and the beak and feet of Donald Duck; the sugar glider, a small possum whose skin stretches between fore and hind legs, providing "wings" with which to glide from tree to tree; and of course Australia's signature koalas.
The sugar glider, found in Australia and New Guinea, can jump from 5 to 10 feet and likes fruit - especially grapes.