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  • 1. Annette Romo Period 1Computer apps 1
  • 2.  Scientific Name Range Diet Physical description, size, weight, length etc. Breeding info: Eggs, Live young, number of young etc. Special Behaviors or unique anatomical features Weird Info Video, sound file, or graph of animal Conclusion
  • 3. Scientific Name PetaurusBreviceps
  • 4. Range NorthernislandAustraliaIndonesiaShelter in treehollows
  • 5. Diet Eat big variety of foods The name doesn’t necessarily means it eats all sugar Many insects make up a large portion of its diet Omnivore/Insectivo re Acacia gum and eucalyptus sap is a large portion of its diet when season
  • 6. Physicaldescription, size, weight, length etc.Squirrel likebodiesThick soft furMales have abald spotTail is usually24-30 cm
  • 7. Breeding info:Eggs, Liveyoung, number ofyoung etc.Will breed onceor twice a year.Joey’s will crawlinto the mother’spouch for fulldevelopmentWhile Joey isinside theMother’spouch, it can still.
  • 8. Special Behaviors orunique anatomicalfeaturesNocturnalAwake aroundduskUsually bondwith one personWhite glovesscare them
  • 9. Weird Info Need at least75% of fruits andvegetables inthere diet Mother sugargliders hold theirbabies up to 10weeks Can smell withtheir tongues
  • 10.  http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/p layer/kids/animals-pets-kids/mammals- kids/sugar-glider-kids.html
  • 11. Conclusion Thank you for watching my presentation! I learned a lot about the sugar glider. THE END