Mammal Review 33,
Why did the monkey fall out of the tree? - Because it was dead. Why did the baby fall out of the tree? - Because it was stapled to the monkey. Nov 08, By tetrapodzoology on May 1, Here is a mystery I'd really like to know the answer to.
On the way to school this morning, Will discovered a dead baby bird. Here it is: the photo (which I. Here's a little something to tied you over until the next bushhaul.barr animated bushhaul.bar an average bushhaul.bar now have T-shirts and swag, bushhaul.bar Why did the third monkey fall out of the tree?
Monkey see monkey do. Why did the fourth monkey fall out of the tree? he was stapled to the first one. Comments (6) B. bob 2 years ago. My dad told me my uncle made up that joke. So I laughed. S. someone 2 years ago. my band director loves that joke. B. Avocado trees originated in the south of Mexico, but the trees have been in cultivation for so long it is impossible to pinpoint their origins. Avocado trees prefer warm weather, but hardy trees may grown in regions with winter temperatures as cool as 19 degrees F.
Weather and pest problems may be why avocados start falling off the tree too soon. Lack of pollination or brown rot could be the cause.
Incidentally, I did once keep and skeletonise a dead passerine nestling I found on the pavement.
Plum trees are very particular about their pollinators. They are generally not self-fruitful meaning they need a different plum and often a specific variety for pollination and fruit development. But Cherry trees are usually pretty good at holding onto most of their crop, so why are our cherries falling from the tree before they are ripe?
There are actually several possible reasons why our Cherries are falling too early: Cross Pollination – Some varieties of Cherry need a pollinator, others don’t.
Make sure you know whether your tree is self pollinating or whether it needs a ‘mate’.