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arboreal, terrestrial, fossorial (in CC amphib glossary)

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Old 22nd November 2007   #1 (permalink)
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Arboreal: Adapted for living in trees.
Terrestrial: Lives on or in the ground.

I think we should add fossorial to the mix too.

Fossorial: Adapted for digging and living underground.



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I'm declaring Abrahm's definitions as final:

Arboreal: Adapted for living in trees.
Terrestrial: Living on or in the ground.
Fossorial: Adapted for digging and living underground.



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