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    Here is a video I took of Scubee this evening

    http://s105.photobucket.com/albums/m...ldvideo002.flv
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    Should you be taking the poor thing out of the pouch so frequently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drosera36 View Post
    Should you be taking the poor thing out of the pouch so frequently?

    -Ben
    helps with the bonding process wow! is that crabbing or crying?
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    Hah! That's really adorable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drosera36 View Post
    Should you be taking the poor thing out of the pouch so frequently?

    -Ben
    Glider is right. It helps with the bonding process. You have to play with your glider everyday and interact with it or else it becomes very wild and aggressive. It will be easier for the joey to recognize me later when she's older because I have been holding her twice a day for 5 minutes, now she knows my scent and voice.

    She's crying Glider14

    Here is a video but it's the audio that I want you to hear. This is the mom glider singing to her joey. The mom lays on her back with her joey on her belly (in or out of the pouch) and she shakes her legs very quickly and starts to sing to her joey. It's like a human mom sitting in a rocking chair while nursing. A lot of people have thought that their glider mom was having a seizure because she shakes her legs so fast, but she's just "rocking" her joey Not a lot of people know what this sounds like, so I'm glad I have it on video.

    http://s105.photobucket.com/albums/m...=Scubee024.flv
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    Aww that's cute!

    It's amazing how they are related to kangaroos... and of course the noble Wombat.

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    Hmmm, I wonder if kangaroo's or other marsupials do that.

    Really neat.

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    That's a good question nep_ak!

    I have good news! Scubee is doing really well I noticed that the tip of her tail is white. There are many different colored gliders and a white tipped glider is one of them. They are not rare but not that common either. If the white is still there when she's 5 weeks old then I for sure have a white tipped glider! Here is a link so you can see all the different color variations:
    http://www.toandfrogliders.com/FileH...Variations.htm
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