A three-toed sloth can rotate its head nearly 90 degrees or more, and its mouth is shaped in a way that makes the animal appear as if it's always smiling ...
Taxonomy and names. The sloth's taxonomic suborder is Folivora, sometimes also called Phyllophaga (Owen, 1842) or Tardigrada (Latham and Davies, 1795).
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Sloth is one of the seven deadly sins in Christian moral tradition, particularly within Catholicism, referring to laziness. Sloth is defined as spiritual or emotional ...
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From her emotional meltdown to a sloth trying to cross the street, see why these creatures are so irresistible to watch.
sloth brown-throated three-toed sloth Bradypus variegatus sloth (slôth, slŏth, slōth) n. 1. Aversion to work or exertion; laziness; indolence. 2. Any of various ...
Sloth (suborder Phyllophaga), three-toed sloth Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. tree-dwelling mammal noted for its slowness of movement. All five living species are ...
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 three-toed.
Sloth is the common name for any of the slow-moving, New World arboreal mammals comprising the families Megalonychidae (two-toed sloths) and Bradypodidae (three-toed ...