In the relative isolation of the Beans Forest, the lack of ground predators allowed the Canary to come down to the ground. There they were able to take advantage of the abundant amounts of "flora", becoming secondarily terrestrial. To better support their larger size and move on the ground, the Ground Canary used the calcium carbonate in their beaks to form rudimentary bones resulting in a protoskeleton. While the Ground Canary still gets some energy out of photosynthesis, they primarily get their energy from eating other organisms such as the Piss plant or Baloon animal. They feed on these species by ripping off bits and peaces with their beaks. To help navigate on the ground, the Ground Canary has evolved a simple eye on the top of their head right behind the beak.