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Squirrel Glider

Squirrel glider

Introduction

Head-Body Length:180-230 mm
Weight:190-300 g
Identification:The fur of the squirrel glider varies from blue to brown shades of gray. There is a dark dorsal stripe from the eyes to the mid-back, distinct facial markings, and cream-colored undersides.
Habitat:Dry forests, woodlands, rainforests
Diet:Omnivore: insects, acacia gum, sap, nectar, pollen, green seeds
Reproduction:The breeding season is during the months of June and July. Group nests are built in hollow trees. The female’s two offspring remain in her pouch 70 days after birth.
A family group consists of one adult male and 1+ adult female(s) with young (up to ten members).
Behavior:The squirrel glider is very similar to the better-known sugar glider.
Status:May be endangered in southern range due to habitat loss
Interesting Facts:The tail makes up over 50 percent of the total length of the squirrel glider

Geographic:Eastern Australia Date:1970-11 Subjects: Squirrel glider
Petaurus
Petauridae
Gliders (Mammals)
Diprotodontia
Marsupials
Mammals
Vertebrates
Chordata

KEY FACTS

Name Squirrel glider
Other Names Petaurus norfolcensis
Origin Eastern Australia
Size 180-230 mm
Litter Size 2 litters
Life span 4–6 years
Reproduction The breeding season is during the months of June and July. Group nests are built in hollow trees. The female’s two offspring remain in her pouch 70 days after birth
Weight 190-300 g
Colors blue to brown shades of gray. There is a dark dorsal stripe from the eyes to the mid-bac

description of Squirrel Glider

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scientific classification

Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Mammalia
Order – Rodentia
Family – Sciuridae
Genus – Petaurus
Genus  SpeciesPetaurus norfolcensis

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