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Yellow-bellied Glider

Blossom, a Yellow-bellied Glider Joey via Taronga Zoo

The Yellow-bellied Glider, Petaurus australis, lives along the East coast of Australia, from Northern Queensland to Victoria. Although it's not currently listed as threatened, its habitat is being decimated in Victoria's alpine areas and populations in NSW are facing extinction.

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