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Sugar Glider FAQ (3/4) - Care & Maintenance
Section - (3.1) What type of housing do Sugar Gliders require?

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Housing sugar gliders is relatively easy and, being clean
animals, require relatively low maintenance. The cage,
preferably, should be made of nothing smaller than 1" X .5"
welded wire (so babies can't escape). A wire cage is practically
a necessity, in order to give them plenty to climb around on.
Many bird cages on the market today work great, but making your
own may give you more space and be cheaper. The cage should be
no smaller than 20" X 20" X 20". My cage is round -- 24" in
diameter and 38" tall -- and easily accommodates my two gliders.

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