Are you ready to care for sugar gliders?

The sugar glider is a small gliding possum, named for it's love of sweet foods and it's ability to glide through the air. They are around 16 to 21 cm in length (with tails about as long as their bodies) and weigh between 90 and 150 grams. Their fur is usually grey with black patches on the ears and cream on the underbelly. With their amazing gliding membranes, sugar gliders can glide for great distances in the wild (measured at over 50 meters).

Sugar gliders aren't good pets for everybody. They take a lot of time and care. It takes a while to bond to them and get them to trust you. Find out if you are ready for this responsibility.

Created by: Shelby of Shelby's Gliders
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  1. What is the scientific name for sugar gliders?
  2. What area do sugar gliders come from?
  3. What kind of diet do sugar gliders have?
  4. When do sugar gliders sleep?
  5. Whats the minimum cage size for a sugar glider?
  6. How can you tell the difference between a male and a female?
  7. How long can sugar gliders live?
  8. How much time (minimum) should you spend with you sugar glider?
  9. What is the proper calcium to phosphorus ratio in diets?
  10. What is HLP?

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