tree-living


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Adj.1.tree-living - inhabiting or frequenting treestree-living - inhabiting or frequenting trees; "arboreal apes"
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As the largest tree-living mammals in the world they rarely come down to the ground, so we were spellbound by the unorthodox appearance of our local.
This tree-living acrobat - it's been called a flyingferret - is a vicious killer.
The earliest mammals were nocturnal, and tree-living.
It is a tree-living relative of the racoon and it lives longer than the tiger, even though it is just 1/40th the size.
They are mainly tree-living aphids and their biology is little known and sexual forms are generally unrecorded.
The elusive and very shy pine marten is a member of the weasel family and is essentially tree-living by nature.