Where do sugar gliders live?

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Sugar gliders are a type of small marsupial. They are omnivorous and live in trees. Because they have membranes of loose skin, they can glide from tree to tree.
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Sugar Gliders (a small marsupial) live in Indonesia, New Guinea, Australia and Tasmania. They are much like the flying squirrel in that they have a thin membrane that stretches from
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Sugar gliders are found in Australia (including its island state of Tasmania) Indonesia, and Papua-New Guinea. They were originally native to Australia, but easily spread to other
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Sugar gliders are native to Australia. Even though their habitats have been partially destroyed by humans, sugar gliders are not endangered. You can find more information here: http://www.angelfire.com/tx/facehugger/info.html
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