Monday (Tuesday?) Mammal #13: Sugar Glider

Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 12:28 PM Bookmark and Share
It's Tuesday - I know, I know - but I had a bit of work to do, so this week's mammal is coming at you a day late.  Fortunately, it's insanely cute and following last week's theme it's another marsupial.  So I'm sure you won't mind the delay, right?

Meet, the sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps) - one of six species of marsupial "wrist-winged" gliders native to Australia and New Guinea.

And yes, like most mammals you'll no doubt find them extra cute when they're itty little balls of fluff...

1 comments:

Posted by: Sherri Briggs | 6/25/2014 3:25 PM

I agree. They are simply the cutest! And there are a lot of interesting things about them too, like being a social animal, which makes it fun to play with them, their gliding move, and much more! But for me, the most interesting facts about them is that they are not a typical carrier of diseases, so they don’t need to be vaccinated as much as other animals do.

Sherri Briggs @ Pet Glider

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