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Date Posted: 18:04:48 11/01/09 Sun
Author: Agnes
Subject: Re: Compared to gliders, flyers have a much easier diet. I think ...
In reply to: Beverly 's message, "Compared to gliders, flyers have a much easier diet. I think ..." on 22:21:16 11/05/06 Sun

Since I have raised both, I'm here to say thats an understatement. lol plus fliers are easier to care for and their area does not give off a pungent smell. I've had both neutered and un neutered males and the smell still went threw my whole house. Having said that, I must admit they are adorable and will still your heart. Their pretty smart too. If the smell of musk doesn't bother you than your ok.

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