The Himalayan Slackjaw is a curious creature. It’s exceptionally large arms and dainty (by comparison) legs and feet have been a mystery for many years. Scientists have recently discovered that although impractical for stabilization purposes during mobile exercises, the Slackjaw uses it’s legs to wrap around trees at the edge of large cliffs. Much like a small child will wrap it’s legs around their school chair, the Slackjaw does so to hang over the edge of cliffs to sleep. The methodology behind such an obscure and dangerous action is based on the Slackjaw’s body structure. Due to it walking on it’s hands throughout the day and the shape of it’s skull, theSlackjaw will wrap it’s legs around the base of two trees and hang it’s (for lack of a better term) face and arms over the edge while it rests.