Sunlight streamed through the forest canopy, but the forest floor was only sparsely illuminated. Where there were no big trees, light streamed down to the undergrowth. A boulder was jutting out of the forest floor. It was covered with moss and a few little saplings. Beside the boulder was a young tree, its roots clinging on the tree and its trunk jutting out to the side. It looked as if it had become too big to stay on the boulder and had been uprooted by its own weight. Beside it lay piles of decaying leaves, homes for innumerable little critters.