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Sloth My spirit animal is a grumpy Sloth who slaps annoying people Shirt

Three-toed sloths, although mainly nocturnal, may be active day or night but spend only about 10 percent of their time moving at all. They sleep either perched in the fork of a tree or hanging from a branch, with all four feet bunched together and the head tucked in on the chest. In this posture the sloth resembles a clump of dead leaves, so inconspicuous that it was once thought these animals ate only the leaves of cecropia trees because in other trees it went undetected. Research has since shown that they eat the foliage of a wide variety of other trees and vines. Locating food by touch and smell, the sloth feeds by hooking a branch with its claws and pulling it to its mouth. Sloths’ slow movements and mainly nocturnal habits generally do not attract the attention of predators such as jaguars and harpy eagles. Normally, three-toed sloths are silent and docile, but if disturbed they can strike out furiously with the sharp foreclaws.Reproduction is seasonal in the brown- and pale-throated species; the maned sloth may breed throughout the year. Reproduction in pygmy three-toed sloths, however, has not yet been observed. A single young is born after less than six months’ gestation. Newborn sloths cling to the mother’s abdomen and remain with the mother until at least five months of age. Three-toed sloths are so difficult to maintain in captivity that little is known about their breeding behaviour and other aspects of their life history.

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Smithsonian HistoryTwo-toed Sloth at the National Zoological Park, circa 1900. Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 95, Box 51A, Folder 12A (Brief) History of Sloths at the Smithsoniann which a member of the Archives staff turns her passion for sloths into a mission to research their history at the Smithsonian Institution.OCTOBER 20, 2020, BY JESSICA SCOTTHappy International Sloth Day! In addition to my role as a Digital Imaging Technician, I am also an avid and self-professed lover of sloths. As such, that also means I find myself advocating for this often-misunderstood animal. And there is no better day than today to spread the slothfulness word far and wide by seeing what I could find within our own collections. I learned about the past and present roles the Smithsonian has played in studying and caring for sloths.First, a few facts about sloths. While I first fell in love with them about two years ago by disappearing down a sloth-based YouTube rabbit hole, I soon graduated from adoring their fixed smiles and instinct to hug to wanting to learn everything I could about their unique biology and evolution story. Presently, there are two families of sloths—two-toed (Choloepus) and three-toed (Bradypus). This is a misleading name as all sloths have three toes on their rear limbs. They are distinguishable by the number of “fingers” they have on their forelimbs. Between the two families are six different species of sloth.

 

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