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Sloth Facts: Habits, Habitat & Diet

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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 ...

Sloth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Taxonomy and names. The sloth's taxonomic suborder is Folivora, sometimes also called Phyllophaga (Owen, 1842) or Tardigrada (Latham and Davies, 1795).

Sloth | Definition of Sloth by Merriam-Webster

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the sins of gluttony and sloth <a youth inclined more toward sloth than athletics>

Sloth (deadly sin) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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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 ...

Three-Toed Sloths, Three-Toed Sloth Pictures, Three-Toed ...

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Learn all you wanted to know about three-toed sloths with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.

Sloth | Define Sloth at Dictionary.com

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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 - definition of sloth by The Free Dictionary

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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 | mammal | Britannica.com

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Sloth (suborder Phyllophaga), three-toed sloth Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. tree-dwelling mammal noted for its slowness of movement. All five living species are ...

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 three-toed.

Sloth - New World Encyclopedia

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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 ...