Since leaves are covering Alivore's heads, they aren't afraid of the sun anymore, unlike Liviol. They hang around in small groups around lakes and ponds, to nurture themselves from the waters. During the night, they close their leaves, covering their heads, and stay on the branches of high trees until morning. While asleep, they secrete oil from their leaves to keep bugs away.
- Under the leaves on their head, there's actually a bud growing.
- The name "Alivore" comes from the medicated plant of Aloe Vera