The Sugarglider Petaurus breviceps is common in eastern and northern Australia as well as in Tasmania.
They make their homes in hollow trees.
Females usually produce 2 offspring each year. The babies remain in their mother's pouch for about 10 weeks and then remain in a community nest for another month with up to 7 adults and their young.
Future residents of Pinpandoor will be able to see these delightful little animals every evening.
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Last updated: 28th February 2015