Sugar gliders have a sweet tooth - their diet consists of flower nectar, acacia gum, eucalyptus sap and insects. Common to the forests of Asia and Australia, eucalyptus is a staple of sugar glider diets. One study of a Victorian population showed that individuals spent about 43% of their foraging time feeding on gum, 12% on eucalyptus sap and 28% on searching for invertebrates. Place one or more of the eucalyptus sticks in your pet's food dish or stick them between the bars of the cage, and your pet will lick and chew the sap from the branches.

Eucalyptus Branches

$4.00Price

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