Reflecting on icons of 'cute'
Although watching wildlife is not for everyone, countless hordes of visitors flock to zoos when tiger cubs or a Giant Panda baby first go on show, when pen
Sugar Glider 'Hive' Nest - Crochet Pattern (PDF)
Sugar Glider 'Hive' Nest - Crochet Pattern (PDF format) Crochet a tough, durable cotton beehive-shaped nest for your pet Sugar Glider. Easy to wash, so your pet's cage smells clean. This pattern will be e-mailed as a PDF file within 1-2 business days of cleared payment. No shipping charges apply. Recommendation: use only 100% cotton, stitch tightly, and keep your Sugar Glider's nails trimmed. We make no warranties for safety. But we have seven Sugar Gliders who just love these nests and a…
Southern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys volans)
I found this Southern Flying Squirrel in the park across from my work this afternoon. I was astonished, since I had only seen flying squirrels twice before, and I certainly didn't expect to find one on the ground at 3 in the afternoon. And certainly not in a fairly urban park. At first it was wary, but then was fearless. I suspect it may have been sick or starving or both. It ate a tent caterpillar while I watched and foraged through debris piles, picking out various leaves and sticks…
SuGaR GliDeR (TuPai TeRbAnG)
aku dah lama usha si comel neh! just tak tercakap.sebab tgh dalam study lagi kan. semua nya menghalang.espescially KEWANGAN. Mahal gak mende alah nih!! so,aku pasang je lah angan2 ni awal2 ye. bagi semangat sikit nak habis study! sebab,bila dah habis study,lepas tu aku kerja. bila dah kerja,lepas tu aku dapat gaji. bila dah dapat gaji,aku boleh lah beli natang ni! =p aku dah puas search kat kat internet info pasal SG ni. mmg rata-rata harga dia RM250 and above utk seekor. tp tak termasuk…
Is it a bird? Is it a squirrel? Adorable photographs show the incredible furry sugar glider from Down Under... that can FLY!
The cute creature – known as a sugar glider because of its love for the sweet substance - soars through the air, often flinging itself from tree to tree.
Sugar Gliders - Australia. They have become a popular exotic pet in the USA. They are so tiny they fit in a shirt pocket. But be careful if they are upset or nervous. Those little bitty teeth are like needles.