(1) Many species of the salamander genus Bolitoglossa are arboreal (tree living), rather than typically terrestrial, and their feet are modified for climbing on smooth surfaces.(2) Nocturnal and arboreal , they clamber up trees and hang from limbs thanks to long prehensile tails and opposable inside toes (like thumbs) on their hind feet.(3) Slim, arboreal columns and roof beams allude to the ficus trees that run along the western boundary of the site.(4) The arboreal habitats of anoles are composed primarily of short perches separated in space.(5) More than 800 people saw a pre-festival viewing of the one-hour documentary that showcases American history through the stories of 21 historic arboreal treasures.(6) Typically a city owns just 10 to 20 percent of the community's arboreal holdings; the rest are on private property.(7) Funds permitting, there are also plans to set up some structures atop the trees as the chimps are very much adapted to an arboreal life.(8) Depending on their location, sagebrush lizards are saxicolous, arboreal , or generalize among different habitat types including sand dunes.(9) Others have countered that small land-dwelling dinosaurs learned to fly without ever developing arboreal habits: no trees were needed.(10) Mature forests with arboreal lichens are scarce except in national parks and nature.(11) Movement in arboreal and terrestrial environments presents very different functional challenges for locomotion.(12) Grab your tree identification book and this ├ö├ç├┐natural roadmap,├ö├ç├û and check out these arboreal monuments.(13) Many small and some large tetrapods with no obvious arboreal features can get into trees.(14) The authors remind us that no living primate has such hands and feet ├ö├ç├┐for any purpose other than to meet the demands of full or part-time arboreal (tree dwelling) life.├ö├ç├û(15) The Siberian flying squirrel is a nocturnal arboreal rodent, which nests in tree cavities, twig dreys, and nest-boxes.(16) Cracids are arboreal birds, nesting, roosting and foraging in the trees.