Beginner Care Guide of Sugar Glider Date Posted: 2022-03-22 10:02:35
Common Name: Sugar Glider Scientific Name: Petaurus breviceps Average Size: 5 - 6 inches for body and another 6 inches for tail Life Span: 10 - 15 years with proper care Origin: Australia, Tasmania, Indonesia Introduction: Sugar glider are small aboreal marsupial with a shiny grey - silver coat. They are so named due to its ability to glide through the air and preference to feed on sweet foods. Gliding is made possible by a thin membrane of skin called patagium that exten..
Beginner Care Guide of Guinea Pig Date Posted: 2022-03-18 12:53:24
Common Name: Guinea Pig Scientific Name: Cavia porcellus Average Size: 8-12 inches Origin: South America Life Span: 7-9 years with proper care Variety: Abyssinian, Silkie Coronet,Teddy and etc Introduction: The head of the guinea pig is broad and the body is compact with no tail. They are particularly agile and can only perform limited climbing. They are categorised as long-haired, short- haired, abyssinian, hairless and etc. Females are called sows,males are called boars ..
Beginner Care Guide of Hamster Date Posted: 2022-03-18 11:29:45
Common name: Hamster Average size: 7-15cm, varies with breeds Variety: Syrian or Golden Hamster Mesocricetus auratus Roborovski Hamster Phodopus campbelli Winter White Russian Dwarf Hamster Phodopus sungorus Chinese Hamster Cricetilus griseus Lifespan: Approximately 2-3 years with proper care TRAITS & BEHAVIOR Rodent: Hamsters are rodents which having large incisor teeth that are continually growing. Therefore, it is a necessity to p..
Beginner Care Guide of Rabbit Date Posted: 2022-03-17 17:22:21
Common Name: Rabbit Scientific Name: Orytolagus cuniculus Average Size: Varies with breeds Life Span: Up to 5 years with proper care Origin: Angora, Mini Rex, Dwarf Hotot, Holland Lop, Netherland Dwarf, Dutch Lion Head and etc. Introduction: Rabbit have a pair of long ears, a short tail and large, powerful hind legs. Rabbit are herbivorous and they feed only vegetables. They are skittish rodents which having large incisor teeth that are continually growing. Therefore, it is e..