Thursday, July 10, 2008


The Leafarrefe of New Kurdistan Travels in small herds of 20 to 50 individuals and eats the large leaves off of native trees. The Leafarrefe is a problem for farmers of citrus as they will get into the citrus orchards and eat the entire citrus trees.

To attract a mate the male Leafarrefe will make huge pile of leaves and branches.

Males can be 4.9 to 5.5 meters tall and weigh up to 1,600 kilos. females are typically slightly smaller.

An adolesent female Leafarrefe and young Leafarrefe wander onto a Goat farm.

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