Sugar glider, 19th Century anatomical illustration

Sugar glider, 19th Century anatomical illustration

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Caption: Sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps), 1856 illustration. This small arboreal marsupial is a type of nocturnal possum that is able to glide from tree to tree using large flaps of skin that link its forelimbs to its legs.

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