Unnamed the Giggly Sugar Glider

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Owner: Nicoleknb
Species:Sugar Glider
Gender: Male
Orgin: Unknown
Season: Fall
Time: Gilden
Birthdate: 11-14-2018 00:15:59

Your hatchling has grown and it has become more energetic, running from place to place with no real motives. It often will steal things from your other hatchlings, and if you have any fruit it will steal it as well, even if it is not hungry. It has been stockpiling the food in a corner of the room, and you frequently have to remove it or else a bad stench emanates from the area.

Sugar Gliders are a strange and curious breed, able to hop from tree to tree and grasp onto branches with their extraordinarily long claws. Their main diet is fruit, and their long and nimble paws allow them to grab the fruit with ease, and quickly pick apart the ripe flesh. They prefer mangoes over most other fruit, and often an adult will wander away into the forest for months on end and return engorged and covered in the juice of them. They are extrememly energetic, and said to be able to go a month without sleeping. They do not exist in the wild at all, instead they were created when a mage combined a sugary pastry with a garnet dragon, causing this new breed to arise. They seem to breed normally in captivity, though, making this seem unlikely.

Glider draco are known for their large, three segmented wings that stretch nearly entirely down their tails. They use these giant wings to glide from tree to tree and consume fruit, the only food that makes up their exclusive diet. They are also known for their long fingers that allow for them to easily grip and hold onto their perch, even when upside down. They are extremely rare in the wild though, and often they can only be obtained from vendors who possess a special permit. They only are found in the wild in the outer regions of the forest by the vast grasslands, and even so it is extremely rare to spot one in their natural habitat.

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