Sugar gliders prefer a diet composed of 70-80% high fructose fruits
such as Papaya, Guava, Mango, Canteloupe, Kiwi fruit, Apples, Oranges,
Strawberries. 20-30% of the diet is composed of animal protein sources
such as high quality dog or cat food or zoofoba worms. In the wild, the diet
of Sugar gliders is primarily composed of the sap of a specific type of tree
found in its native habitat.
Sugar gliders are noctural and they live in family groups in the wild.
While Sugar gliders themselves do not have a scent, they do tend to urinate
on everything, which gives their living area a strong urine/sugar smell.
Females are ***ly mature at about 9 months, they often have
2 babies at a time, sometimes 1 and rarely 3. They are marsupials and
usually produce 3 litters a year.
Hope this info helps!