Do Sloths Walk on the Ground?

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A Sloth is an unenergetic and slow moving animal that spends its life just 'hanging out' on treetops. It has giant, curved claws that resemble meat hooks which it uses to defend itself and to hang in tress. However it doesn't walk on land because it is naturally weak.
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