Man snaps his fingers, summons his flying pet possum (who then glides straight into the camera)

Feb 25, 2014 By Abraham 6

Sugar gliders are nocturnal gliding possums, reminiscent of but not related to flying squirrels. This one is named Hazel and, from this clip, she appears to be a very accommodating, obedient creature…

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    1. Ariel says:

      As stated in the description directly under the title “Sugar Gliders, are nocturnal gliding possums”, if you still don’t believe it look it up.

      1. Pspaughtamus says:

        Yup, Australian possums, of which Sugar Gliders are just one species, are NOT the same as US’s hang-from-branches-by-their-tails-and-play-dead opossums.

  1. Nika says:

    I have 2 girls – Zoey and Nala. It’s crazy how different their personalities are. Nala’s the baby and she’s so much more interested in exploring and climbing and gliding. Zoey, the mama, will more happily just find a place to sneak off to and cuddle. They’re incredibly interesting animals!

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