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Sugar Gliders live in eucalypt forests and a large relative to the Feathertail Glider, growing to 160g. They can leap and glide 50 metres.
These small marsupials live in groups with up to 7 individual animals and are quite territorial, resulting in young gliders often unable to set up their own territories or integrate into others. A high number of gliders come into care due to habitat loss or cat and dog attacks.



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