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"You do not have to bathe your sugar gliders. They should clean themselves by the time they are eating fruits and vegetables on their own. Before that you should clean them with either an unscented baby wipe, or you could dip them in the sink or use a wet toothpick on their dirty spots. Make sure to wrap them up after they are wet though, as they will get cold quickly. Do not let go of them if you dip them in the sink, this will prevent drowning. Although sugar gliders can swim they cannot swim for long, which is why you should always keep your toilet lid down. :) -Melissa"
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