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Compact Sugar Gliders

Compact Sugar Gliders
How many sugar gliders can you fit into a cool whip container?


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Posted by kazchen on April 24, 2011
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Posted by Tibor on April 28, 2011 at 6:49 pm
Sugar gliders are marsupials; the young are born very immature and grow in a pouch on the mother's abdomen. Sugar gliders have furry membranes that extend from their wrists to their ankles (the membrane is called a patagium) that allows them to glide through the air. In the wild they move from tree to tree by gliding. Their hind feet have a large, opposable big toe that helps them grip branches, and the second and third toe forms a grooming comb. These little guys are cute!
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