Sugar Gliders are located in the tropical rainforest. They live in leaf nests made in tree hollows. They usually guard their territories, which can go up to two acres by marking specific areas.
To survive from Predators, Sugar Gliders can leap from trees, and glide to other trees. When it comes to eating, their diet can very through the seasons, They eat tree sap, flower nectar and some bugs. They are also nocturnal. Sugar Gliders go into torpor for sometimes 16 hours to get energy when it’s really cold or there is not much food.
During climate change trees can get destroyed, if there are no more trees, there is no place for sugar gliders to have a place to sleep. It would also make it hard for getting away from predditors. No more trees also means a less advantage of food, and finding sap from flowers would be rare.
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