What do Glis Glis Eat
Glis glis mainly eat berries, nuts, apples, leaves, flowers, insects, eggs, couscous, hummus, left over takeaways and wood wasps.
Urban glis glis have developed new skills of ravaging for food by hanging around the bins outside takeaways and food outlets.
Urban glis glis also mimic normal dormice in an effort to make themselves look cute to attract people throwing them scraps of food.
Farnham Common glis glis are unusual in the fact they like to eat beech leaves, cows milk, chocolate, cheese, kebas and donkey nuts.