As on almost all the other continents, the arbrosaurs fill the trees of North America. Some eat insects, others consume fruit and berries, and some prey upon other arbrosaurs. The treepounce is one such carnivore. With a head and body reaching 70 centimeters (2 feet) it is larger than most of the arbrosaurs, and so it tends to be less agile. However, what it lacks in agility it makes up for in stealth. Lying along a branch on a sunny day its spotted feathered coat makes it almost invisible in dappled sunlight. With infinite patience it waits until an unsuspecting nauger, or another smaller arbrosaur scrambles close, and then pounces, making a quick kill.