What is a mammal that can fly called?
The only flying mammal is a bat. They are from the order Chiroptera.
Compare the densities of the bird and mammal bones How do you think their reatives densities fit their function?
Sugar gliders do not have wings. They have a membrane of skin that extends from their ankles to their wrists, which enables them to glide. They cannot fly. Indeed, no marsupial can fly. The only true flying mammal is the bat. This membrane of skin is called the Patagium. With this, some species of gliders can glide up to 250 feet, or 60m.