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Updated: April 23, 2019
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Are you the proud new owner of a sugar glider? These little marsupials are sweet, cuddly and very sociable, traits that make them wonderful pets. Sugar gliders are omnivorous, so they need a balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, and protein. They stay in a tall cage with plenty of branches to climb on, but they like to come out and play as often as possible. Learn how to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for your sugar glider.
Be warned, however, that in many parts of the world, including Australia, New Zealand and in some American states and Canadian provinces it is illegal to own or care for a sugar gl >