Feathertail gliders and pygmy gliders

Feathertail gliders and pygmy gliders

Order : Diprotodontia
Family : Acrobatidae

 

Facts about the family Acrobatidae, the feathertail gliders and pygmy gliders

Otherwise, Sugar and Squirrel (and Feathertail) Gliders are opportunistic benefactors of the Yellow-bellied Gliders handiwork - just like the birds.

Feathertail Gliders are from the Burramyidae family and are related to the Pygmy Possum.

Feathertail Gliders are tiny as you can see by the photos.

Found: The Eastern coast of Australia and inland Feathertail Gliders are from the Burramyidae family and are related to the Pygmy Possum.

If feathertail gliders are to be housed the whole cage needs to be flyscreened.

Most of the time, however, Pygmy Gliders are nocturnal.

Most of the time, however, Pygmy Gliders are nocturnal. (Full text)

Found: The Eastern coast of Australia and inland Feathertail Gliders are from the Burramyidae family and are related to the Pygmy Possum. (Full text)

Feathertail Gliders are from the Burramyidae family and are related to the Pygmy Possum. (Full text)

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