Yellow-bellied gliders

A yellow-bellied glider can sail as far as 120m from tree to tree. It spends its days inside hollow trees, only emerging after dark. A cape of skin stretches from wrist to ankle and this is what gives the gliders lift. They eat insects, eucalypt nectar and sap from trees.

Release date: 27 May 2009

2 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
ProducerMary SUMMERILL
NarratorMatt DAY

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