Sugar Gliders! The Ultimate Owner's Guide [NOOK Book]

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Sugar Glider's! The Ultimate Owner's Guide will help you get started quickly with keeping the exotic sugar glider. It's designed to teach you all of the essentials on purchasing, breeding and how to care for your pet so that it has a long, happy and healthy life.
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Sugar Gliders! The Ultimate Owner's Guide

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Overview

Sugar Glider's! The Ultimate Owner's Guide will help you get started quickly with keeping the exotic sugar glider. It's designed to teach you all of the essentials on purchasing, breeding and how to care for your pet so that it has a long, happy and healthy life.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013557949
  • Publisher: David Oc
  • Publication date: 11/13/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 771,062
  • File size: 474 KB

Meet the Author

David Oc has been writing and publishing books on many of his varied interests. He has books on topics such as Power Juicing, The Paleo Diet, Sugar Gliders, Iguanas, Lactose Intolerance, waterproofing a basement, probiotics and more. Many of his books can be found for Kindle as well as Nook books.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2013

    The Ultimate Guide to Pony Ocs: Chapter 2- Races you to the Rainbow!

    Race and Color. (You can start with Cutie Mark first if yiu feel like it; I leave it for last) <br>
    <p>
    There are three mane races of ponies: pegasi, unicorns, and earth ponies, ranked from most popular to least (in my opinion). <br>
    Pegasi: My OC is a pegasus, BTW. Pegasi have wings, obviously. Pegasi unlock acess to Cloudsdale, a new possibility for a place to live. There's nothing wrong with a pegasus that lives on the ground. Pegasi apparently have weaker legs and hooves, seeing as they fly almost everywhere. Wheather and flight are common intrests for a pegasus, and they are generically tomboyish. I don't believe that the race of a pony directly desie personality, merely influences it. Also, it is hinted that Pegasi are immune to cold tempatutres, as seen in "Hearth's Warming Eve."<br>
    <p>
    Unicorns: Unicorns are equipped with a horn that allows them to generate magic. This magic helps them with day-to-day tasks, such as writing, although some might have magic directed at a specific field. Rarity's magic is asociated with finding jems and making dresses. Trixie has showbiz magic, that is directed at illusions and tricks. Unicorns populate the majority of Canterlot. Many are hoity-toity or research-oriented. Although this might be a developed trait, since Sweetie Belle shows neithe of these attributes strongly. In Hearth's Warming Eve, the unicorns were described as hungry and cold, which might indicate that they are the most dependent race. <br>
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    Earth Ponies: Everypony probably underestimates them. They are hardworking, since they don't have a horn to levitate things nor wings to help support extra wieght. Because of their lack of extra features, they might have a pride streak. Earth ponies work close to the Earth. My two Earth OCs, Map Point and Bubbleburst, are a map make and life guard, respectivly. Close to Earth, right? This race founded Ponyville. <br>
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    Coloring is very important. When I first developed my six OCs, Bubbleburst was Neon Dark Blue with a Neon Turquious mane and Hot Pink hairbands. She was shouted down very quickly and was the OC I had the most trouble with. <br>
    Whatever you do, don't use the following colors as coat colors. (Included are their Red/Green/Blue values) <br>
    Dark Blue (R000/G000/B255) <br>
    Bright Turqoise (R000/G255/B255) <br>
    Hot Pink (R255/G000/B255) <br>
    Neon Green (R000/G255/B000) <br>
    Bright Red (R255/G000/B000) <br>
    Bright Yellow (R255/G255/B000) <br>
    Pure Black (R000/G000/B000) <br>
    White (R255/G255/B255) is tricky. It's fine to use, but better if you use off-white, like (R254/G254/B254) if you wat a slight blue tint. <br>
    Like white, if you want to use one of these colors, make it more pastelish, like Hot Pink becomes (R248/G032/R248). Most colors are pastel in FiM, but if you can't think of anyhing, take your favorite canon charater and base your COLOR SCHEME/APPEARANCE on them. (Don't do the same for personality!)

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