That little hug at the end, I think I'm in love!
Sugar Glider Practices Gliding Onto Owner’s Hand

These are several videos of a sugar glider named Titan Bool leaping from heights to glide and land on his owner’s hand. For those of you unfamiliar, sugar gliders are small gliding marsupials native to Australia, and can glide like flying squirrels (which are rodents and not related, but an example of convergent evolution in which two species develop similar features on their own) thanks to gliding membranes (patagia) connecting its front and back legs. So they’re the original wingsuiters. You know I went wingsuiting recently. Turns out it made very little difference jumping off my parents’ roof. Sign my body cast?