folivore

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folivore

eats foliage; includes arboreal folivores—animals whose diet consists largely of tree foliage.
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it was determined that the monkey was a fruit or leaf eater.
In the end we settled for Zincalume, but because of its lack of strength compared to PVC, we ended up needing six feeds off the roof (to the water tanks), which all had to have first-flush diverters and leaf eaters.
What's more, these things have personality - the predators are cruel and edgy, racing around the arena floor, while the slower-moving leaf eaters are docile, but dangerous when roused.