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Hey, these feeding sugar gliders are really that adorable

You might've never heard of a sugar glider before, but this is a pretty good introduction to the Australian marsupial. Tiny, Beyoncé and Lemonade — yes, even their names are sweet too — are the newest members of the Australian Reptile Park family. They got their own special introduction, as you can see in a video uploaded onto the park's Facebook page. The sugar glider is best known for its ability to leap long distances.
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