Hand Raised Sugar Gliders
What are Sugar Gliders?
Sugar Gliders are indigenous to Australia and are in the marsupial family. They are not rodents. They carry their babies in a pouch and are more closely related to Kangaroos, Possums, and Koalas. The only thing they have in common with a flying squirrel is that they are close to the same size, and they do glide from tree to tree like a flying squirrel. They are more social than a flying squirrel. Squirrels are solitary animals and Sugar Gliders are colony animals normally living in groups of 10 to 20.