🔥 Sloths May Be Slow, But They're Not Stupid

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Sloths are a group of arboreal neotropical xenathran mammals, constituting the suborder Median life expectancy in human care is about 16 years, with one individual at the Smithsonian Institution's National Zoo reaching an age of 49 years Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference (3rd ed.).


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The plant gives it a greenish tint that is useful camouflage in the trees of its Central and South American rain forest home. Sloths are identified by the number of.


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Sloths spend most of their time sleeping and eating in the tropical green algae grow on its shaggy coat, according to National Geographic.


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PHOTOGRAPH BY JOEL SARTORE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC. Three-toed sloths are so, well, slothful, that they come down out of their tree.


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A Hoffmann's two-toed sloth mom totes her two-month-old baby at the sloths in this video with National Geographic explorer Lucy Cooke.


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Sloths are a group of arboreal neotropical xenathran mammals, constituting the suborder Median life expectancy in human care is about 16 years, with one individual at the Smithsonian Institution's National Zoo reaching an age of 49 years Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference (3rd ed.).


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There are both two-toed and three-toed sloths. At night they eat leaves, shoots, and fruit from the trees and get almost all of their water from juicy plants. All sloths are built for life in the treetops. Even when awake they often remain motionless, and two-toed sloths are generally silent. Two-toed sloths are slightly larger than their three-toed relatives. They spend nearly all of their time aloft, hanging from branches with a powerful grip aided by their long claws. They are able to survive in captivity, while three-toed sloths are not. Sloths mate and give birth while hanging in the trees. On land, sloths' weak hind legs provide no power and their long claws are a hindrance. They sometimes fall directly from rain forest trees into rivers and stroke efficiently with their long arms. They must dig into the earth with their front claws and use their strong front legs to pull themselves along, dragging their bellies across the ground. Sloths are identified by the number of long, prominent claws that they have on each front foot.

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Hoffman's Two-Toed Sloth. Sloths even sleep in trees, and they sleep a lot—some 15 to 20 hours every day. If caught on land, these animals have no chance to evade predators, such as big cats, and must try to defend themselves by clawing and biting. Young two-toed sloths are often seen clinging to their mothers; they travel by hanging onto them for the first five weeks of their lives. The plant gives it a greenish tint that is useful camouflage in the trees of its Central and South American rain forest home. The Hoffman's two-toed sloth is one of the world's slowest mammals—so sedentary that algae grows on its furry coat. Though they couldn't be clumsier on land, sloths are surprisingly good swimmers.