Video: Sugar glider cubs so small keepers only realised they existed days after they were born

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These adorable sugar glider cubs are so small that keepers only realised they existed days after they were born.

The tiny animals were born last month and are smaller than the palm of a hand. They have joined the animal collection at a jungle-themed attraction where they surprised staff who didn’t expect them. But keepers at the Zoolab Jungle Room in Larbert, Falkirk. say they are now becoming a great hit with children who come to learn more about nature. Andrew Moffat, manager of the Zoolab Jungle Room, said: “The cubs are still very small and can still fit into the palm of your hand very easily.


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