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During their first year, common ringtail possums may live in small family groups, typically residing in tree hollows, drays, or nests. These homes are usually located in bushy thickets, providing the possums with ample protection and a suitable environment for their communal living. The social structure within these groups helps young possums learn vital survival skills from older members, ensuring they are well-prepared for adulthood.
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During their first year, common ringtail possums may live in small family groups, typically residing in tree hollows, drays, or nests. These homes are usually located in bushy thickets, providing the possums with ample protection and a suitable environment for their communal living. The social structure within these groups helps young possums learn vital survival skills from older members, ensuring they are well-prepared for adulthood.