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Extreme Mammals at AMNH - Sugar Gliders

From the trees of Australia and New Guinea to the halls of the American Museum of Natural History, a colony of sugar gliders (petaurus breviceps) are now living in the new Extreme Mammals exhibit. Watch as Hazel Davies, manager of living exhibits at AMNH, readies these nocturnal creatures for their day. Produced/Edited by James Sims. Learn more about these unique marsupials, along with a variety of other interesting mammals, at the Museum's Extreme Mammals exhibit. For more information, visit http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/extrememammals
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