Arboreal Locomotion means the movement of animals in trees. In habitats where trees are present, animals move in them. A few of the animals scale trees rarely while others are arboreal more often. These habitats have many mechanical hurdles to animals running through them. It can lead to ecological, behavioral, anatomical changes. This includes the evolution of prehensile tails and sharper claws. These principles can also be applied to rock piles as well as mountains.