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Old 05-24-2011, 06:38 PM   #11
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i havent heard of this,but when i got mine i did 0 research.it cant hurt.
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Your sister has a CHAMELEON!? Tell me more lol! I begged my dad to let me get a sugar glider<3, but he never let me. Im going to get one when I move out when I'm older.
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Old 05-24-2011, 06:49 PM   #13
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Your sister has a CHAMELEON!? Tell me more lol! I begged my dad to let me get a sugar glider<3, but he never let me. Im going to get one when I move out when I'm older.
I have six sugar gliders. They are a lot of work but they are fun once they bond with you but it may take a while. I had one glider take 2 years to bond with me. I still cant pick her up but she will crawl all over me. Do lots and lots of research. Especially on their diets.
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Old 05-24-2011, 06:51 PM   #14
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Thats hilarious because my sister was going to get a sugar glider but got a chameleon instead.
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I have six sugar gliders. They are a lot of work but they are fun once they bond with you but it may take a while. I had one glider take 2 years to bond with me. I still cant pick her up but she will crawl all over me. Do lots and lots of research. Especially on their diets.
I can't tell you how much I read. I printed out a whole sugar glider Manuel and studied it. Lol
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Thats hilarious because my sister was going to get a sugar glider but got a chameleon instead.
Wow! LOL. Should of went with the sugar glider they are adorable and amazing.! What size tank does she keep the chameleon in?
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She keeps him in a screen cage that's about as tall as me.
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Lol. I kind of want a chameleon now, I could keep it in my garage!
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Old 05-24-2011, 07:22 PM   #19
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If you do get a sugar glider i would recommed getting at least two because they are colony animals and get stressed if they dont get plenty of human attention. Btw they do sleep all day and play all night so they arent much fun until the sun goes down
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You could change your sugar gliders sleeping habits to match your own, even if they usually are nocturnal. I doubt I will be getting one any time soon anyway. Back on topic, sorry for hijacking.
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