Here at Silver Knight Sugar Gliders, we recommend the Pet Glider Diet
You can get more info about the diet by visiting The Pet Glider, and you and buy the necessary items to prepare the diet by visiting Silver Knight Sugar Gliders.
Sugar Gliders resemble the American Flying Squirrel being similar in size, shape, and action. But there are two main differences. One is the silver/gray color and other is that they are marsupials.
Sugar Gliders can be an enjoyable pet. They form a strong and lifelong bond with their owners. Sugar gliders can live 10-15 years in a healthy, captive environment.
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Young sugar gliders are a intense silver-gray with a black stripe that starts just above the nose leather and extends over the forehead, down the neck and back and continues on to the black tail. There is also a dark strip from the outside corner of the eye to the ear. Captive raised sugar gliders remain this color throughout their lives. Wild sugar gliders are born the same color as captive babies, but usually become stained a cocoa brown from the vegetation and tree sap in their nests. Their new coats will come in silver-gray after shedding the old coat. The tail is not flat like flying squirrels who use the tail for a rudder while gliding. Mature have a 'bald' spot in the middle of the stripe on their forehead. Their ears can rotate about 180 degrees and edged with black. Their under parts are a soft white and meet the gray from above, exactly at the outside edge of the fully furred gliding membranes. This gives a unique scalloped effect when they are relaxed. T! hey have four fingers and an opposable thumb on their hands and feet. The thumbs on the rear feet are without claws. The two toes next to the thumb on the rear feet are partially co-joined by skin. Toes and fingers have small pads which help the animal grasp food and branches. Each toe and finger ends in a sharp claw that can hook like VelcroO to non-slick surfaces. Their teeth are extremely sharp - another incentive for the pet owner to learn proper training methods. The upper and lower pairs of incisors resemble long rodent teeth. They have 4 canine teeth, 12 premolars and 20 molars. There are 40 teeth in that small mouth which should reinforce your decision to hand-gentle them.
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Twin Ring-Trailed, White Faced, Mosaic Adult Female. They are very sweet. Pet Price: $600. Silver Spring, Maryland » Sugar Gliders » Here at Honey Sweet Sugar Gliders, I prefer to feed my gliders The Pet Glider Nutrition System. You can get more info about the diet by visiting The Pet Glider, and you and buy the necessary items to prepare the diet by visiting Silver Knight Sugar Gliders.