What Is the Difference between a Sugar Glider and a Flying Squirrel?

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There are a few distinct differences between the flying squirrel and the sugar glider. The most important is that the flying squirrel is a placental mammal while the sugar glider is a marsupial mammal. The flying squirrel develops in the mothers body, while the sugar glider develops partly in the mothers body and partly in a pouch outside the body.
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The primary difference between these two animals is the fact that sugar gliders are marsupials, while flying squirrels are placental mammals. Sugar gliders are native to Australia
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Habitat. Sugar gliders and flying squirrels require large, aviary like habitats. Their native homes are tree hollows, so they need vertical space to climb and nesting boxes where
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In the most general sense, a Sugar Glider is a marsupial (related to kangaroos), while a Flying Squirrel is a cousin of the more common Grey Squirrel. While both have flaps of skin
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