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Sloths are mammals classified in the families Megalonychidae (two-toed sloths) and Bradypodidae (three-toed sloths), including six extant species. They are ...

Sloth - National Geographic Kids

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It's a good thing sloths don't have to go to school. They'd never make it on time. These drowsy tree-dwellers sleep up to 20 hours a day! And even when they are  ...

Sloths - National Geographic

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Take your time. No, really take your time. It can take a slow-moving sloth up to a month to digest one meal!

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Sloth | Species | WWF

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Learn about the sloth, as well as the threats it faces, what WWF is doing to conserve its future, and how you can help.

Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica

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Costa Rica's original haven for injured, orphaned & abandoned sloths. Learn all about sloths during a 2- or 4-hour tour. Closed Mondays & major holidays.

The Sloth Institute The Sloth institute Costa Rica

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The Sloth Institute Costa Rica is dedicated to helping and rehabilitating sloths throughout Manuel Antonio and Costa Rica.

The Sloth Institute Adopt A Sloth in Costa Rica with the Sloth Institute

www.theslothinstitutecostarica.org/adopt-a-sloth/

Our Adopt a Sloth program helps us provide much needed help and rehab to injured and abandoned sloths in Costa Rica.

Animals of the Rainforest-Sloth

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Sloths are extremely slow-moving mammals found in the rainforest canopies of Central and South America. There are two species of sloths:two-toed and ...

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Three-Toed Sloth - National Geographic

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The sloth is the world's slowest mammal, so sedentary that algae grows on its furry coat. The plant gives it a greenish tint that is useful camouflage in the trees of ...

Slothville » What is a sloth?

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Headquarters of the Sloth Appreciation Society, Slothville is home to the best sloth videos, photos, memes and information on the web.

Sloth Facts: Habits, Habitat & Diet - Live Science

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May 21, 2014 ... Sloths spend most of their time sleeping and eating in the tropical rainforests of South and Central America.