OMG! I now have 3 males. So much to LOOK forward to! Seriously though, good post but I am a nurse and I have seen ALOT of human stuff but I still would have been thinking intestine or something if I hadn't read up on the glider anatomy. Just my opinion, but knowing your new pets anatomy is an important part of pet owner ship. Prior to owning, just as diet, housing, cost, etc. But, I did Lab rescue for years and years and it just blew my mind how many people buy animals on a whim and then when they get too big for an apartment or knock over things/children, well "I just didn't know he/she got that big". Venting sorry!