Sometimes the forages on Young’s Hill contain a few extra special treats – something even better than the oranges and primate chow you are currently enjoying.
If you, like Missy here, are lucky enough spot such a treat – a coconut, for example – your work has only begun. Because retrieving the prize may require a daring mission.
You must be stealthy. Drawing attention to the presence of such a treat will only invite competition.
Get in, get out, and no one will be the wiser.
Now, look around. Did anyone see you or the coconut?
Is the coast clear?
Good. Time to grab the loot and escape unnoticed.
Like a jewel thief.
There is no coconut and you were never there.
At least she stuck the landing. And kept the coconut!
Jamie, on the other hand, has no need to fear her coconut being stolen and thus can avoid the indignity of falling off a tightrope.
Negra is a strictly terrestrial mammal regardless of the situation but managed to find some goodies nonetheless.
Jody also enjoyed the forage.
As did Foxie.
Annie found some primate chow placed atop the termite mound. But I think what she really wanted was some of that coconut.
Perhaps Missy found it in her heart to share?