|The Greater Glider spends most of its time denning in hollowed trees!
It glides between high trees and has adapted to feeding exclusively on eucalyptus tree leaves.
Native to Australia, it can glide up to 100 meters or 328 feet and change direction up to 90 degrees. It is known to use a large number of hollows usually between 2-18 different hollows. It has a very long furry tail and the most distinct feature is its large furry ears (teddy-bear ears).