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WIRES Feb 16
These two Sugar gliders came into care in the Central West of NSW in late December. Smoke was blanketing the region in this period and dehydration and smoke inhalation issues were a likely cause.
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World Animal Protection UK Mar 13
are cute little critters, which makes them an increasingly popular "pocket pet”. But our home can never recreate their unreplaceable natural habitat. They are wildlife, .
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Dr. Luke Jeffrey Dec 15
Scouting for new study sites today and stumbled across a family of !!! I’ve Never seen these amazing guys in the wild before...wait for it... ✈️+🐿
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Lisette Mill Landcare Facilitator at Basalt to Bay Dec 12
The same waterdish surveys the arboreal mammals - sugar gliders also live in this wee patch of bush on the farm & range between it & the adjoining Reserve. They come any time of the year & its why the dish is beside a tree.
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gabes hensch Jan 24
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Christie Lopez Mar 20
Thelma and Louise (Louise pictured) was not amused with me waking them up during the day to deep clean reorganize the office. 🤣
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Shelbeanie 💕💖⭐️ Dec 25
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The Official Simonetti Source Dec 7
Its 2am and this dude and the other one having a full blown argument..... smh.... This life of mine!
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Merck Manual - Pets Jan 20
True or false? Sugar gliders can glide up to 250 feet (76.2 meters) using their tails to steer and balance.
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Cari A Feb 13
These three wee scallywags have gone to their new home. I miss their shenanigans.
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Merchant Service Innovations Jan 11
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Dawn Dec 31
These guys crack me up. They remind me of the grimlins.
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ღ shino ღ Feb 16
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PrevuePetProducts Mar 6
Did you know? Sugar gliders get their name because of the specialized flap connecting the front leg to the hind leg, giving them the ability to glide.
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Jennifer 🌎🖤 Dec 27
I got my three years ago today 🥰🥰🥰
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ღ shino ღ Feb 21
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LafeberVet Jan 27
Announcing the 3rd Annual Assoc of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians Student Case Report Contest, sponsored by Lafeber Company
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mnpocketpetrescue Feb 17
Did you know that the funds raise from ordering just a few of our adorable locally designed stickers can supply meals for a day for up to 3 pocket pets? Pick your favorite today by visiting .
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A Revolution Feb 29
Thank you for that awesome experience with your sugar gliders!!!
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Ratmocks & More Mar 19
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