The arboreal limbless split from the rainforest limbless. They have shrunk to half their size and now hunt the arboreal diveskunik. They swim in the rivers, waiting for the diveskunik to start climbing a cellulosebane. Then they will slither up the cellulosebane and lunge forward, pulling the diveskunik into the waters below. They now have tiny hair-like fibers on their underbelly that grip into microcracks in the cellulosebane to help them climb near vertical slopes.