no it cant because gliders have no thrust to take off
No gliders can not take off without power otherwise they would just be sitting/standing were there mean't to take off.
Yes But they take sometimes a while to take care of
yes because sugar gliders cost alot and if u make more u can get money off of them by selling them
All gliders are airplanes, but not all airplanes are gliders.
No, it is impossible to be allergic to sugar gliders. They do not shed or give off any bit of dander. When people are allergic to animals that's what they are allergic too.
Usually Gliders are pulled behind another plane with a cable. Once they are flying in the air the glider will release the cable and glide on it's own.
Cedar is good wood to make out door gliders out of. It is a strong wood, that can take the weather as well as be comfortable. This is the perfect wood.
No, sugar gliders do not have camouflage.
No, sugar gliders do not have jobs.
No, sugar gliders are not racist.
Sugar gliders do not hibernate.
In India u cant get sugar gliders...... It is not legal in India to keep sugar gliders as pets..... Moreover sugar gliders are very difficult to tame......
Hand gliders do not exist - just bad grammar for hang glider.
sugar gliders are not endangered
Yes, sugar gliders have fur.
what instincts do sugar gliders born with
During World War Two gliders were used for training and military operations. For training purposes the glider would be pulled into the air by a jeep with a winch on it, or a motorized crank in more simple terms. For combat deployment gliders would be attached to tow wire behind large bombers and when they reached the correct altitude the bomber would disconnect the gliderb. However gliders used for this purpose were about 25 feet long and could carry around 30 or more soldiers. Gliders were used to drop troops behind enemy lines usually when enemy defenses were very high, ex. D-Day.
No, bats are the only mammals which can truly fly.Gliders (sugar gliders, greater gliders, mahogany gliders, squirrel gliders, yellow-bellied gliders and feathertail gliders) are members of the possum family, but they are incapable of free flight like bats are. They can only glide from a high point to a lower point, and cannot generate "lift".
Sugar gliders get most of their water from their foods.
No. Sugar gliders do not change colour.
No. Sugar gliders do not hibernate.
Sugar gliders are not illegal in Texas.
Gliders, including sugar gliders, are a type of possum.
No, not in the wild. Sugar gliders are native to Australia.