- 3-5 oz (Average adult weight, although some are lighter/heavier.)
- 6-8 in.
- 6-8 in.
y- 8-15 months (although it could be a little sooner or later)
Males also have a penis (of course) ...
the penis is rather long, and is 'bifurcated',
meaning the tip is split in two, or forked.
- 200-300 Beats per minute
- 16-40 Breaths per minute
- 97.2 F
(not too far from some humans, so a good guess may be, if your too hot or cold, they may be too.)
- Paracloacal (alongside the cloaca), forehead, sternal (chest),
surface of the paws, corners of the mouth, inside surface of the external ear.
- 4-5 Years in the wild. Up to 15 Years in captivity.
* Both Males & Females have a Cloaca at the base of the tail, in which the reproductive, urinary, and
gastrointestinal tracts open.
(Meaning - (to put it bluntly :-) They use the same
hole to urinate/deficate, have sex, and give birth.)
Click on a photo to enlarge...
Male or female... Do they act different?
As far as behaviors (in my opinion)... I really believe it all depends on the individual Glider,
their personality, and the Owner. They are all very unique, and can make wonderful little family members IF
taken care of properly and understood. ;-)