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rec.pets: Sugar Glider FAQ (2/4) - Breeding, Health Care, and Other Information
Section - (6.4) When should they be removed from the parents?

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Usually between 2.5 to 3 months of age is the best time. The change
in the colony size affects the babies and the parents, so they may
be stressed for a few days after the break-up. Females usually
are aggressive toward female babies after they are older than 3 months,
but males are usually ignored.

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