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Sugar Glider FAQ (2/4) - Introduction
Section - (2.5) Should I keep more than one Sugar Glider?

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It is also preferable to keep more than one glider together.  In the wild,
they are community animals and they seem to be much healthier and 
happier while in groups in captivity.  For breeding purposes, it is best to 
keep one male with two females.  Gliders readily adapt to one another's 
presence and will easily become best of friends.

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Top Document: Sugar Glider FAQ (2/4) - Introduction
Previous Document: (2.4) Wild-caught versus Captive-Breed
Next Document: (2.6) Will Sugar Gliders get along with other pets?

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