By Ben Walley
No matter how small this sugar glider is, it isn’t letting this obstacle course get the better of him.
The course, which was made out of cages and hand-held items, is seen to be completed by the little animal in record timing.
Thanks to a little clicker, and the encouragement of the owner, the glider only stops one.
Nurmaya Sari Siregar is the owner of 17 sugar gliders, and caught this footage whilst training one.
Nurmaya said: “The characters of the animals depends on the age you start adopting them and how often you play with them – they’re still a wild animal so they’re unpredictable.
“The younger the sugar glider, the better.
“They’re cute and are very easy to care for – and they’re easy to bring everywhere because they’re so small.
“I’ve been training them since December 2015, and I started encouraging them by repeatedly clicking for them to realise the sound was safe and not threatening.”