Swing, Swing.. (Warning: Cuteness Inside)

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Remember my babies?? Well for those of you who've only seen them now, I used to have 5 sugar gliders. I sold of three before I embarked on my 4-month Southeast Asia tour. Now Tasha (Anastasia), had 2 babies a month and a half before I came back so I'm back to having four.

Tasha and her fraternal twins (Separated Tasha from the colony back to an old cage since Andrei doesn't seem to like babies running around.)




The male joey cozying up to me




Caught the twins sleeping :D




And peeking




Not sure who was more surprised, me or them.. *note the sleeping one at the background lol*




Happy weekend guys! :)
 

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Fabulous pics :)
 
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Blondielovesfish said:
I literally went "awww" when I saw those pics! So so cute! :wub:
Even though technically they look the same, i still always go awww on them everytime they do something funny haha
 

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I love sugar gliders and you are very lucky to be able to have them. I cant even have them in Australia and they are native and endangered here.
 
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Baccus said:
I love sugar gliders and you are very lucky to be able to have them. I cant even have them in Australia and they are native and endangered here.
They're breeding like rabbits here in Asia and their price is a quarter of what they would sell in the UK/US alone. I actually feel bad for them since their value has gone down but hey, at least their population is up right?! -__-
 

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The numbers being up and being a good thing would have to depend on if they have all come from a limited gene pool, then it actually isn't a good thing for them.
But good to see your giving yours insects and I guess fruit and nectar rather than just sugary foods that wont give them any protein and vitamins.
 
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Yes,I have a friend who owns an Asian grocery just a few blocks away. He has a lot of fresh exotic fruits and veggies for sale that are normally found in the Australasian region. My suggies love 'em all :D
 
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