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[tree-top] /ˈtriˌtɒp/
the top or uppermost branches of a tree.
Origin of treetop
1520-30; tree + top1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • But enticed into the sugar cane field, the animals were out of their treetop habitat and competing for a concentrated resource.
  • On waking, he was dismayed to discover that monkeys had taken all his hats to the treetop.
  • Kinkajous form treetop groups and share social interactions such as reciprocal grooming.
  • Little red flying foxes use their feet and jointed thumbs to move nimbly about treetop branches.
  • The breathtaking treetop footage is already solving tree kangaroo mysteries, researchers say.
  • The park also contains carousels, treetop cable cars and a number of large floating frogs.
  • Other features include lily ponds, an elevated treetop walkway and a colonial-era house with original interiors and furnishings.
  • The creatures have an exoskeleton, two claws at the end of each leg, and live either in burrows or in treetop nests.
  • For the finale, the dogs climb a towering ladder for a wild treetop party.
  • It now presented itself to his vision, beyond a fringe of treetop, as more lake than stream.

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