Consider the Koala Bear. The Koala Bear lives on a diet of Eucalyptus Leaves, This meas that the Bears flesh tastes too bitter for any predator to eat. Eucalyptus leaves, although nutritious are very low in energy, meaning the Koala has to conserve energy through lots of sleep- which it does safely in the boughs of the Eucalypyus Tree unafraid of being eaten.
The Koala Bear spends 15 hours a day sleeping, 5 hours a day eating, leaving 4 hours to copulate and raise young (the rasing of young consisting of teaching them to eat leaves, sleep, and screw)
Where are we going wrong?
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