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    Cool Karma....... pics :)

    Well I got my new glider last night. She arrived at 7:22pm but they wouldn't let her or anyone off the plane until 9:10pm, there was a security breach, so we had a bit of a wait but it was well worth it. She is beautiful Here she is..



    And here she is with her soon to be mate, Pillowshade



    Great Googly Moogly!

    Beware of the yellow snow!

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    cyclopse

    They make a nice couple.
    How old is she? How old is he? At what age do gliders reach sexual maturity? (Sorry for the string of questions... just curious)
    -Joel from Southern California


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    Attention All Security Personnel, We Have A Security Breech In D Concourse. I Repeat We Have A Snowbird Invasion On Concourse D. No One Is To Enter Or Leave Until The Snowbird Is In Custody.

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    Geeze! they're too CUTE!

    Makes me want one even more!!!!

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    LOL @ 0zzy.

    Joossa- The male is 10 months, Karma is 3 months. Males reach sexual maturity sooner than the female (geez boys are always so eager!). Females usually reach sexual maturity around 10 months but I have heard of some female gliders becoming pregnant at 4 months! I don't want that, it seems way too young for me. Usually you should wait till she is a year old. My glider who has a baby inpouch right now is 9 months and she's doing great! She hasn't pulled the baby out and killed it, which is sometimes what they do when they are young and don't know how to be a mom yet, but mine is being a great mommy

    Farmer Dave- I want you (and your mom) to get one of my first glider babies! (Now I can see your home address, and you're in FL, so am I so it would be a lot easier to ship to you )
    Last edited by Trapper7; 01-15-2007 at 06:23 AM. Reason: I forgot to mention something :p
    Great Googly Moogly!

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    :O!

    Sugar Gliders!!!! I didn't know you had sugar gliders! They are so cute! As soon as I found out about them I wanted to get one but it's so much of a hassle to get them! It requires going to an airport as mentioned above. x_x Plus they're expensive, but they're so damn cute! I also hear that they need A LOT of attention and I'm not sure I'd have enough time for em. :/

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    Yes allot of the exotic animals need lots of attention especially these buggers

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    Nep_ak is right. You have to pay attention to sugar gliders everyday or else they will go back to their wild selves and then they can bite quite hard and they're just no fun to have if they're wild like that. They are a bit expensive, I agree, plus the shipping thing was a hassle, but totally worth it
    Great Googly Moogly!

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