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What will the mother do with the babies if they die in the pouch? My glider has had babies in the pouch for a little over 2 months and I havent seen any sign of them coming out yet.

If the babies die the parents will dispose of the fetuses..
As you may be aware sugar gliders are born twice, the second "birthing" is from the pouch also known as OOP.. this it the "birth date" most people use when determining age..
But babies are in the pouch up to three months or so,.. you will know the babies are healthy by the size of the lumps in momma's pouch.. as the babies get bigger the lumps will grow, and keep growing until they simply cannot fit in momma's pouch any longer.. have you been monitoring the size of her lumps..?? What more have you noticed..??

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