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Sugar Glider FAQ (2/4) - Introduction
Section - (2.3) Baby Sugar Gliders versus Adults

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Baby gliders are always preferable to adult, but sometimes availability 
(and your wallet) can make them difficult to obtain.  Babies are preferable
because they will be more willing to bond with you.  Plus, the bond with
a baby glider you have raised will always be stronger than a bond developed
with an adult.  Adults can come around, but if they haven't been handled 
much, it can be an uphill battle.

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