Question/Why does my sugar glider sneeze



Copyright by: LuuLuu, 2012

In the course of normal daily events, a sugar glider will sneeze into its hands and then use that moisture to groom itself. The sneeze is a very distinct and obvious sound and is followed by grooming of some part of the body. This is normal and healthy behavior.

After some experience, you will become familiar with this activity and will be able to discern it from abnormal behavior.



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Last Edited December 15, 2012



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