Sugar Gliders sale price in india

Flying Squirrel

Their fur is bluish-gray with a pale belly and a dark stripe that runs down the rear . Sugar gliders ar just about like flying squirrels and have sailing membranes that allow economical movement. These sailing membranes ar called patagiums and stretch from the wrists to the ankles. Sugar gliders can glide up to 164 feet (50 meters) victimization their tails to steer and balance.

Female sugar gliders have abdomen pouches throughout that the young develop. Mature males have a scent organ on the forehead that appears reasonably a bald spot. they need a daily scent organ on the throat and shut to very cheap of the tail, that they use to mark one another and their territory.

Sugar gliders ar nocturnal, that means that they're most active inside the dark and sleep throughout the day. they turn out noises like chirping, barking, and chattering. within the wild, they sleep in colonies that nest in tree hollows. Sugar gliders ar sometimes sturdy and healthy once correct farming practices ar followed.

We deals in Sugar Gliders of different colors scheme like:

  • CLASSIC GRAY: the natural wild color in which all colors have originated from, will have the familiar bar under the ear.
  • ALBINO: all white, red eyes
  • CREAMINO: cream colored body with tawny/tan/apricot markings where a wild type is black/brown, garnet eyes, a white glider with brown to red coloration on it’s body.
  • LEUCISTIC: all white, black eyes
  • Other Color Scheme like: PLATINUM, CEDAR RED, MAHOGANY RED, LION, CARAMEL SUGAR GLIDERS, Mahogany Red Albin, Mahogany Red White Face, Mosaics, Creamino Mosaic , Mahogany Red Mosaics, Piebald Mosaics, Reverse Stripe Mosaic, Ringtail Mosaics, Ruby Leu, True Platinum Mosaics, White Face Blondes, White Mosaic, etc.

Species Origin Weight Length (Nose-Tail Tip)
Sugar Glider Australia 115-140 gm 9-12 inch

The diet of wild sugar gliders is very complex and difficult to replicate in captivity. We recommend feeding a combination of Leadbeater’s mixture, insects, fresh produce, and nuts. See recommended diet and greens below.

Food should be offered in the evening. Sugar gliders can be messy eaters, so some people recommend using a shoe box to make a “dining room” within the cage.

Fresh water should always be available in a bottle and should be changed daily.

10-12 Years