Sugar Glider joey
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An orphan sugar glider baby is fed with a syringe at the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital in Queensland. According to chief vet Dr Michael Pyne the plight of the young joeys is sadly not an unusual one. 'These guys [sugar gliders] are nocturnal and cats tend to get at them a bit because the night is when they do their hunting. 'In this case a cat has killed the mother and fortunately the people who found them were smart enough to look in the pouch and find the joeys.'