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  • My name is Annette Ramos.

  • I'm the fashion editor at Vice.

  • And today you're at my house because I am babysitting for

  • my parents' sugar gliders.

  • I know that they're from Australia.

  • They're marsupials.

  • They are closely related to koalas.

  • They are called sugar gliders because of their preference

  • for nectarous foods.

  • And they basically just eat fruit and insects.

  • I'm feeding them peach yogurt.

  • They hate all other flavors, though, which is weird.

  • They are very easy to take care of-- apples, Gatorade,

  • and grain, and maybe some yogurt.

  • Their tails are so long because they can actually use

  • them to wrap around things.

  • And they have these crazy long tongues, too.

  • They are, like, this long.

  • They clean themselves.

  • You'll see them huddled up in a ball together just, like,

  • licking each other.

  • They have little flaps underneath both of their arms.

  • If you put them on a high ledge, they fly off.

  • No, no, no, you're not going in my closet.

  • When we first got them, it took a while to get used to

  • them because they would just jump on you.

  • And sometimes, if you're not turned the right way, they'll

  • jump into your hair and just, like, dangle there.

  • Come on, yeah.

  • [LAUGH]

  • During the day, I let them crawl around because they are

  • normally really tame and sleepy.

  • So they're not trying to experiment.

  • Where is she?

  • They actually sleep most of the day.

  • They're nocturnal, so they wake up at 10:00 PM, normally,

  • and they go to bed around 10:00 PM.

  • But every now and then they wake up during the day just to

  • play, and then they go back to sleep.

  • But when they're awake, they're awake

  • for, like, 12 hours.

  • They love this wheel, which is extremely loud.

  • Because they're awake all night, it's a little difficult

  • taking care of them in a studio apartment.

  • And then occasionally at night, they will bark if they

  • want your attention, like when they first wake up, they want

  • to see you.

  • My dogs, they're fascinated by them.

  • I have an Italian Greyhound.

  • My little Chihuahua really likes them too.

  • She would just sniff at them if you have them in your hands

  • when you're feeding them.

  • I think they're about done with us for today.

  • They're going to go back to sleep and wake up at 10:00.

  • They don't want to play with us anymore.

My name is Annette Ramos.


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可愛的糖滑翔機! (Cute Sugar Gliders!)

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