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Sugar glider joey hiding in pouch or eaten? #1415904
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Hi everyone. I need some advice/thoughts from some experienced glider breeders. Yesterday I was given a female sugar glider who was previously housed with a male and became pregnant. Yesterday she did indeed have a green olive sized hard bump on one side of her pouch but tonight was flat and soft. Did she most likely eat her Joey or is it possible they can be hidden deeper in the pouch?

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Re: Sugar glider joey hiding in pouch or eaten? [Re: LeslieLittle] #1415907
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It is highly possible that the stress of moving to a new home caused her to reject her joey and clean up the evidence.

Keep an eye on her, if she only had one joeys it is possible that it is in a different position in the pouch.

But in my experience with pregnant rescues she most likely rejected it.


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