The Russ Tee is an even-toed ungulate that thrives on good quality music. It belongs to the Dance subfamily (House), along with thirty-two other species of musk funk including deep, chunky, vocal, disco, and bass-driven beats. The male Russ Tee can develop a shaggy beard when left unattended which contains yearly growth rings. Its hearing is protected from the elements by using custom-made earplugs during Spring/Summer, when the Russ Tee molts by rubbing against rocks, trees and anything that moves.
Daily movements reflect its foraging, resting and thermoregulation needs; primarily in areas of the same suburb, drainage basin, or region. Seasonal movements primarily reflect nutritional, reproductive (known as ‘tupping’), and climatic influences. In general, movements are likely to exhibit a strong nomadic component, consisting of coastal beach breaks around Sydney used during the Spring-Summer to coincide with High Flyers boat parties.
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