(Picture by Drhoz)
    The eastern flying multi (Glissaptilodus arudaneli) is a small, but agile tree-dwelling multituberculate, most common in the forests of the Spec-Appalachians.

    This multi's most distinctive features are the flaps of skin running from wrist to ankle - not as extensive as those possessed by Arel's anomaluroid squirrels or phalangers, but sufficient for the animal to glide easily from tree to tree, in search of seeds to husk and eat.

    The eastern multi usually nests in small tree hollows, raising a single young at a time, but twins are not uncommon.

(Text by Drhoz)
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