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Published by T.F.H. in Neptune City, NJ .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sugar glider,
  • Sugar gliders as pets

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementDavid E. Boruchowitz
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSF459.S83 B67 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25150699M
ISBN 109780793837113
LC Control Number2011049947

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  Sugar Gliders by David E. Boruchowitz is a quick and easy to read overview of owning sugar gliders. It covers what makes gliders a great pet, what everyday life with gliders is like, feeding them, keeping them (and their cage) neat, health, and behavior/5. This was the only book at my library specifically addressing the care and nurture of sugar gliders. There is some good information (and some adorable photos), but some, like the dietary recommendations, is outdated. If you want information on taking care of sugar gliders, I recommend searching online instead.4/5. The sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps) is a small, omnivorous, arboreal, and nocturnal gliding possum belonging to the marsupial common name refers to its preference for sugary foods such as sap and nectar and its ability to glide through the air, much like a flying squirrel. They have very similar habits and appearance to the flying squirrel, despite not being Class: Mammalia. Oceanfront Sugar Gliders, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 2, likes 86 talking about this. Raising Sugar Gliders to better the breed and enjoyment of all Gliders.5/5(12).

The book you’re holding now is a product of my own experience in taking care of sugar gliders for many, many years. Sugar gliders can be great companions – if you know how to bond and take care of them. This book was designed to reduce the learning curve associated with acquiring a new sugar glider. Sugar gliders (Petaurus breviceps) are small, nocturnal marsupials native to Australia, Indonesia, and New Guinea that live in eucalyptus and acacia belong to the family Petauridae, which includes the wrist-winged gliders. Gliders in this family possess a gliding membrane (patagium) that runs from the wrist of the forelimb to the ankle of the hindlimb that allows them . Book Report for Hatchet Essay Pages: 2 ( words); Persuasive Speech: The Bad Effects of Sugar Essay Pages: 2 ( words); Sugar Production Essay Pages: 3 ( words); I need a book report summarizing the book `Good to Great` by Jim Collins Essay Pages: 3 ( words); Book report on the book entitled `Anything for a T-Shirt` Essay Pages: 6 ( words).   The book Sugar Glider Information is a product of my own experience in taking care of sugar gliders for many, many years. Sugar gliders can be great companions – if you know how to bond and take care of them. This book is designed to reduce the learning curve associated with acquiring a new sugar glider.5/5(1).