*munch munch munch* G' day, mate! Welcome to my grove! Care for some yummy Eucalyptus? It's my favourite. Gum leaves are delicious. But sadly, there aren't as many trees here in the Outback as there used to be. I hope some kind folks will plant more for me, because I'm always hungry. And I use all my trees...I have one tree for snacking, one for resting, one for spying on the neighborhood, one for throwing parties...okay, that last one might not be true. I don't entertain much because I like to sleep. A lot. In fact, you're lucky I'm awake right now! I may resemble a bear, but I'm actually a marsupial...there's a lot of us in Australia. We had pouches before it was cool. Now it's all the rage, or so they tell me. Now if you'll pardon me, it's time for another nap!Find Food
Your pet becomes an expert at finding its own food!Tree climbing
Trees are the whole world for arboreal pets. Their homes. Their social venues. Their food stores. And their playgrounds. This also makes trees the logical venue for pet games and competitions!
Tree climbing is one of the oldest traditional pet games, because it is used by arboreal parents to teach their offspring basic survival and foraging skills. While most arboreal pets were happy just going about their business of homemaking, romancing, foraging and eating, the monkeys became bored, and decided to make a game out of the business of living, competing with one another and their arboreal friends to climb ever faster and higher!
Bunch Of Leaves
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