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Sugar Glider

 
Introduction:

The Sugar Glider has a membrane extending from its fifth finger to its ankle enabling it to glide up to 50 m between trees.

Identification:

In flight, the Sugar Glider it uses its long bushy tail for stability and steering.

Size:

16 cm - 21cm

Distribution:

The Sugar Glider is found in northern and eastern Australia, including northern Western Australia, Northern
Territory, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and south-eastern South Australia.

Habitat:

The Sugar Glider lives in forests and woodlands.