ⓘ Afghan flying squirrel

                                     

ⓘ Afghan flying squirrel

The Afghan flying squirrel is not considered to be threatened to become an endangered species because it is widely distributed, it has a large population, and the population is not declining fast enough. The only threats that affect the Afghan flying squirrel are selective logging, modernization, hunting for the fur trade. It has a generation time of approximately 4 to 5 years, and it has up to two litters annually. It usually has 2 to 4 young.