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arboreal

appertaining to trees.
References in classic literature ?
Those of our arboreal ancestors who struck bottom died forthwith.
On the other hand, Gr-gr-gr's people were, for the most part, quite hairy, but they were tailless and had a language similar to that of the human race of Pellucidar; nor were they arboreal. Their skins, where skin showed, were white.
Contract notice: maintenance of arboreal heritage throughout the seine maritime department
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The researchers performed high-resolution CT scans of the central wrist bones, called capitates, of a modern orangutan, gorilla, chimpanzee and person to see how these bones differ between arboreal animals and more terrestrial ones, reports Discovery News.
The untouchable tree; an illustrated guide to earthly wisdom & arboreal delights.
I applaud the police for locking up, photographing and DNA sampling these children for an actual arboreal assault.
The L pattern is found both in arboreal and terrestrial vertebrates (e.g., Liolaemus and Ailuropoda).
The Casey Trees Endowment Fund has launched a search for DC's biggest arboreal treasures, urging residents to measure their trees and submit their findings to see how they stack up.
The children's responses galvanised the architects to develop the notion of a 'tree of dreams', in practice an arboreal structure which filters and directs the daylight as it streams in through the central atrium roof.