(music plays)

A series of animated characters spin around with a caption that reads "Top of the tops!

An animation shows a man sleeping in outter space.

The narrator says IT'S NIGHTTIME.
WOULD YOU RATHER FLY
LIKE A SUPERHERO FROM TREE
TO TREE THAN SLEEP?
MAYBE YOU'RE JUST HYPERACTIVE,
OR MAYBE YOU'RE A SUGAR GLIDER.
HERE ARE THE TOP 4 INCREDIBLE
FACTS ABOUT THE SUGAR GLIDER.

A clip shows a tiny marsupial inside a shoe.

A caption reads "Top 4: Incredible facts about the sugar glider."

The narrator says NUMBER 4: THIS LITTLE CRITTER
LOVES SUGAR.
THE SUGAR GLIDER EATS VEGETABLES
AND INSECTS, BUT IT HAS
A REAL SWEET TOOTH.
WATCH OUT, IT CAN ONLY EAT
NATURAL SUGAR.
REFINED SUGARS CAN MAKE IT
REALLY, REALLY SICK.

The marsupial says "FINISH YOUR INSECTS
IF YOU WANT YOUR DESSERT!"

The narrator says THIS CUTE LITTLE SUGAR GLIDER
SLEEPS ALL DAY.
IT'S A NOCTURNAL MAMMAL,
SO IT'S MOSTLY ACTIVE AT NIGHT.
IT'S PRETTY HARD TO FALL ASLEEP
WHEN YOU'RE ON A SUGAR RUSH.

A clip shows the sugar glider munching on sugar cubes.

The narrator says STOP IT! THAT'S ENOUGH! STOP IT!
NO MORE SUGAR FOR YOU!
NO MORE SUGAR!
NUMBER 3: IT HAS
A CANADIAN COUSIN.
THE SUGAR GLIDER LIVES
IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW GUINEA,
BUT IT HAS A CANADIAN RELATIVE.
YOU MIGHT MEET IT
IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO,
SOUTHWESTERN QUEBEC
OR SOUTHERN NOVA SCOTIA.
OK, SO THE FLYING SQUIRREL ISN'T
THE SUGAR GLIDER'S REAL COUSIN;
THEY'RE NOT IN THE SAME FAMILY,
BUT THEY SURE LOOK ALIKE.
THEY BOTH HUNT AT NIGHT
AND LOVE TO GLIDE.
MAYBE THEY'RE SECOND COUSINS.
NUMBER 2: THE SUGAR GLIDER
LOVES POCKETS.
NO, A BEANBAG WON'T DO.
IT NEEDS A HOLE
TO GET INTO, SO
GIVE IT A REAL POCKET
AND IT JUMPS RIGHT INSIDE.
THIS FOOT-LONG LITTLE CRITTER
IS A MARSUPIAL, LIKE A KANGAROO.
THAT'S WHY IT LOVES POCKETS. AS
SOON AS IT'S BORN, THE SUGAR
GLIDER GOES RIGHT BACK
INSIDE ITS MOTHER'S POUCH
AND IT WON'T COME OUT AGAIN
FOR THE NEXT 70 DAYS.
ISN'T THAT CUTE?

The sugar glider says "70 DAYS WASN'T ENOUGH FOR ME!"

The narrator says NUMBER 1: THE SUGAR GLIDER
HAS A CAPE.
THIS CAPE HAS A REAL FANCY NAME:
THE PATAGIUM. THIS THIN,
HAIRY MEMBRANE GOES FROM
ITS WRISTS TO ITS ANKLES,
BUT IT'S HIDDEN AWAY
UNLESS IT'S GLIDING.

The sugar glider says "AH! DON'T
LOOK AT MY CAPE! I'M TOO SHY!"

The narrator says WITH THIS CAPE,
IT CAN GLIDE 160 FEET!
THAT'S LIKE AN OLYMPIC SIZE
SWIMMING POOL.
NO WONDER IT THINKS IT CAN FLY!

The sugar glider says "LOOK AT ME, I'M FLYING!"
(CRASH)

Music plays as the end credits roll.

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