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But people have tried to fly with everything from turkeys, to snakes, spiders and even gliding possums, which are also known as sugar gliders.
Most modern marsupials are pretty cute and cuddly—koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, sugar gliders and even some types of possums are pretty sweet.
An earlier Perlan project set a glider record of 50,727 in 2006.
However, these two new specimens are the oldest gliders discovered so far.
Push-ups with Glider In a push-up position, use one glider on your left hand.
She, Cruz-Atienza, and Ito will deploy the wave glider, which will determine the precise position of a point on the sea floor using data transmitted by sonar from the sensors plus positional information from GPS satellites.
After the glider safely disconnected, the aircraft had trouble, crashed near the airport onto private property at the 1700 block of Ridgeway Road and caught fire, state police spokeswoman Corinne N. Geller said in a statement.
Despite the lack of engine, the two-person glider climbs with rising air called a Polar Vortex that provides the right conditions only a few days each year.
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