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According to Life of Marsupials By C. Hugh Tyndale-Biscoe, CSIRO Publishing 13-16 days

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When was Feathertail Glider created?

Feathertail Glider was created in 1793.


What does a pygmy glider eat?

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The Feathertail glider no longer appears on any coin. When Australia still had one cent coins, the feathertail glider appeared on this coin. This coin was phased out in 1992.


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What is the smallest possum in the world?

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What is the smallest animal in the order petaurus?

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What is the conservation status of the feather tail glider?

In 2010, the conservation status of the feathertail glider is Least concern.


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What are the different types of gliders?

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What is the most common species of sugar glider?

There is only one species of sugar glider. The sugar glider is one of six species of glider in Australia. Other gliders include the mahogany glider, feathertail glider, lesser glider, greater glider and squirrel glider.


What coin does the pygmy glider appear?

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How many species of Glider are there?

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How many species of sugar glider are there?

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What animal is related to the Sugar Glider Possum?

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What mammals can glide?

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What kind of animal is a Pygmy glider?

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What mammal has wings that doesn't fly but can?

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Are sugar gliders the only type of gliders?

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Are all 6 species of gliders in Australia domesticated?

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What are the gliding marsupials?

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What is the name of a tree climbing marsupial?

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What is a tree-climbing Australian marsupial?

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What are relatives of the sugar glider?

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