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Facts About Hedgehog Pet

The baby hedgehog should also be fed with good milk substitute like “Vitapet” lactose free pet milk which is usually available in the supermarket. You should never give your hoglets cow’s milk.

Babies for Sale | Brazilian Short Tail Opossums

Babies for Sale | Brazilian Short Tail Opossums

Short Tailed Opossums are from South America, and their bodies are 4-6 in. long. They are marsupials, although they do not have a pouch like most marsupials. However, their young are born quite premature and helpless, latch on to a nipple on their mother's abdomen, and stay there until they are further developed. In the wild they will eat insects, spiders, and rodents, and so are actually welcome house guests in their native countries.

Short Tailed Opossum information and care. Not only is the exotic Short Tailed Opossum very small, but it has a curious and easy-going nature.

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Short Tailed Opossum Pet Guide: Housing & Feeding

Does a Short-Tailed Opossum Make a Good Pet?

Here is an introduction to keeping short-tailed opossums as pets including feeding tips, housing, and handling.

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Our Avian & Exotics department has got some seriously cute patients! This is Blue, a Brazilian short-tailed Opossum (or gray short-tailed opossum). These marsupials are native to South America (Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina), and are called "short-tailed" because their tails are shorter than their bodies. These guys have very specific nutritional and housing needs, and while they are adorable, they are definitely not beginner pets!

Our Avian & Exotics department has got some seriously cute patients! This is Blue, a Brazilian short-tailed Opossum (or gray short-tailed opossum). These marsupials are native to South America (Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina), and are called "short-tailed" because their tails are shorter than their bodies. These guys have very specific nutritional and housing needs, and while they are adorable, they are definitely not beginner pets!

Eco Exotics - Short Tailed Opossums

Eco Exotics - Short Tailed Opossums

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