Deep inside the Palombian jungle lies Monte Urticando, an ancient,
nigh inaccessible volcano where millennia old cactuses grow. Every 15
years they flower, and the pollen temporarily drives away most of the
dangerous predators. For the Marsupilamis, though, it’s also the
signal for a strange and cruel tradition: it’s time for the young
Marsus to learn how to fend for themselves, away from the protection
of their parents. Will they learn to work together to survive?