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Sugar Glider FAQ (2/4) - Introduction
Section - (1.3) What does a Sugar Glider look like?

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Sugar gliders grow to about 5-6 inches in length (excluding their long 
tails) and have long, bushy tails which they use for balance and can 
easily be the length of the body or longer.  Their fur is usually grey/silver 
with white bellies and a black stripe which extends from the tops of their 
heads to the end of their tails.  Males develop bald spots at the base of their 
heads after reaching maturity [1.5].  They have fairly large, pointy ears and 
large black eyes.  Their face is similar to that of a possumıs or a bat's.  
Presently, pictures can be seen at Ruth Grove's Sugar Glider page at
 http://www.rtis.com/nat/user/regrove/ and hopefully soon at mine, also.

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