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Squirrel Gliders look very much like Sugar Gliders although can grow to double the size. These gliders are now threatened due to habitat loss and cat and dog attacks.
Gliders generally give birth to two undeveloped young that continue to grow in the pouch for 70 days, after which they will follow behind their mother for a further month before becoming independent.
Natural predators to gliders are owls, kookaburras and goannas, preying on the gliders when they emerge from their nests in the evening to forage for flowers.



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