Sugar gliders (Petaurus breviceps) are palm-size possums that can glide half the length of a soccer pitch (Go United!) in one trip. These common, tree-dwelling marsupials are native to tropical and cool-temperate forests in Australia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea. Their “wings” are made from a thin skin stretched between the fifth forefinger and back ankle, and they use their bushy tails as rudders as they soar through the air.
Description: 1.25x1" cleaned sugar glider skull. Skulls can be mounted at buyers request for an additional cost.