Facts about Sugar Glider

Sugar gliders are small, nocturnal marsupials that are native to Australia and Indonesia.



They are highly social animals and do best when kept in pairs or groups.


Sugar gliders are very active and require plenty of space to climb, jump, and play


Sugar gliders have a unique bond with their owners and can form strong social bonds with other pets in the household, such as dogs and cats.


Sugar gliders are known for their problem-solving abilities and can even learn to perform tricks with proper training and positive reinforcement.


They are capable of gliding up to 50 meters in the wild, thanks to the flaps of skin that extend from their wrists to their ankles.


These tiny animals get their name from their love of sugary foods and their ability to glide through the air, thanks to a flap of skin between their front and hind legs.