Gender : Female
Homeland : Forests in Australia
Origin : Sugar Glider
Optimistic Sugar Glider sisters.
What is actual animal for this character?
A small arboreal marsupial
Sugar Glider is a member of the same order that includes kangaroos, opossums, wombats and Tasmanian devils!
Sugar Gliders have a very distinctive black stripe that runs the full length of their body, and dramatic black markings on the face, legs and back.
The rest of their coloring is grayish.
The sugar glider's head and body measures five to six inches with a bushy tail of equal length.
Sugar Gliders only weigh 4 – 6 ounces! In their native habitat, the sugar gliders are tree dwelling creatures, often living in groups of 15 to 30.
Sugar Gliders are nocturnal.
They hunt for insects and small vertebrates and feed on the sweet sap of certain species of eucalyptus, acacia and gum trees.