The sugar glider is a small arboreal marsupial that is found in the forests of Australia, as well as in Tasmania, New Guinea, and the neighboring islands of Indonesia. This little creature is a member of the same order that includes kangaroos, opossums, wombats and Tasmanian devils!
It actually looks like a a flying squirrel when it jumps, it spreads out and has the flaps to help it soar. I put a picture (not very good) of him on my sparkpage under phots. 1418 days ago
Hi Veronica. Love shutterbugs and it is hard to figure out how to post at first (at least for me it was).
When you go to the picture that you want to post from flickr, above the picture it says share. Click on that and see where it says "grab a link" click on that. Then just highlight the box with the link in it.
When you go back to shuttterbug and hit reply, there is a little box that says "add a link", click on that and paste the link and hit the add button. That should do it.
Welcome to shutterbugs…. Hi!! So glad you joined us in our Shuttlebug team! We have so much fun on this team. We love to share our photos with each other and to comment on them.
Just for fun we post weekly photo assignments. You are invited to participate in this with us if you are interested.
Please check in the General Discussion section for the Photo Assignments. Each assignment has complete directions in the very first post of the assignment which will be on page one, scroll to the bottom of the page. You are welcome to add pictures to any of the assignments. Or just add a comment to pictures other team members have shared.
If you have any questions be sure and ask, either on a team or you are welcome to email me. I will be looking forward to seeing your photos!! JO