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rec.pets: Sugar Glider FAQ (2/4) - Breeding, Health Care, and Other Information
Section - (6.1) Are Sugar Gliders difficult to breed?

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Not at all, mainly because they spend most of their infancy
in their mother's pouch. The whole group can be left together
during the pregnancy and birthing. The mother seems to lose
interest after giving birth, but the male kicks right in and
does most of the feeding from then on.

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