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Ardipithecus was aboreal, meaning it lived largely in the forest where it competed with other forest animals for food, including the contemporary ancestor for the chimpanzees.
He simply finds a good low place in the woods and slathers his face, neck and ears with black muck from the aboreal forest.
The idea in the movie is that Pandora includes a lineage of primate-like animals whose evolution has closely paralleled primate evolution on Earth: early on in the movie, we see the hexapodal, aboreal Prolemuris.
We walked along nicely paved sidewalks lining streets with aboreal dividers to a cute cafe that serves bagels and filter coffee.
Dial said a lot of "silver-backed biologists" have spent their careers writing untold volumes of work defending the aboreal and cursorial positions.
He said the Northern carpet python, a semi-aboreal snake found throughout most parts of Australia, is "completely harmless to humans".