That’s not a mouse, it is a rare and ridiculously cute glider. Prepare to fall in love, as five more of these little guys have just entered the world.

Sydney’s Taronga Zoo greeted the feathertail glider joeys as part of a successful breeding program. Two older joeys are ready to leave the nest and have been snapped in some pretty special photographs by the zoo. Three more joeys are still hairless, blind and suckling with their mother, not quite ready to tackle the big world just yet.

“We were the first zoo to ever breed these tiny marsupials so it’s always exciting when we see joeys start to emerge,” Rob Dockerill, the zoo’s Australian fauna keeper, said in an emailed statement. Read more…

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Lay your eyes on these tiny, adorable feathertail gliders