Few Animals that Can Actually Climb Trees

A whole range of birds, squirrels, here and there a cat - a likely list of the animals to be seen in trees. But nothing could be further from the truth. In today´s photogallery there are some pretty unexpected tree climbers from the animal world that you may come across. Some of them are especially cute while hanging in a tree, but there is a point to it, too – hurrying up a tree while in danger isn´t always that effective.

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Few Animals that Can Actually Climb Trees


Moroccan goats are expert climbers / Photo: Shutterstock

Few Animals that Can Actually Climb Trees
Few Animals that Can Actually Climb Trees


Of course bears too can climb trees – that might have slipped out of the mind / Photo: Shutterstock

Few Animals that Can Actually Climb Trees
Few Animals that Can Actually Climb Trees


Hoffmann’s two-toed sloth on a tree / Photo: Shutterstock

Few Animals that Can Actually Climb Trees
Few Animals that Can Actually Climb Trees

Not to worry, it will take him time / Photo: Shutterstock


Hoffmann’s two-toed sloth on the tree / Photo: Shutterstock


Obviously monkeys can also travel across the trees / Photo: Shutterstock


Australian Koala sleeping on a gum tree / Photo: Shutterstock


This one is scary – snake moving vertically / Photo: Shutterstock


This proves that cats cannot only climb – This leopard has dragged his prey, an antelope, up the tree / Photo: Shutterstock


And talking about big cats – Here an Ussuri tiger climbs a tree / Photo: Shutterstock


Lazy lions resting on trees to avoid moist grass / Photo: Martina Advaney


Domestic cats – no tree or hedges can challenge them / Photo: Martina Advaney


Although more or less horizontaly placed – baby crocodiles find their spot / Photo: Martina Advaney

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Squirrels can climb up or even upside down / Photo: Shutterstock

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