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Sloths are my favorite animal.

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SLOTHS are mammals

• Sloths are medium-sized mammals.

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MY FAVORITE SLOTH IS... BELT!!!• Belt the sloth is a character in the movie “The Croods.” He is my favorite character and sloth. Hes adroable and funny! I LOVE YOU BELT!!!

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Another Famous Sloth...SID! SID!

• Sid is ground sloth who plays as a character in the movie “Ice Age.” He is clumsy, annoying, fast moving, fast-talking, and an unpopular member :( But hes funny and crazy :)

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What Do Sloths eat?They eat

small insects, leaves and lots of vegetation and bugs.

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Where Do Sloth’s Live?

• Sloths live in Central America and live in the rainforest. They often dwell in different kinds of trees.

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WHAT DO SLOTHS DO?• Sloths honestly don't do much they eat, sleep, walk (very slowly.) If they have children, then they take care of them.

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One Direction Sloths• One Direction

sloths are from one directions turned into sloths. All you have to do to make them look like sloth is crop the picture and put it in a collage.

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Three-Toed Sloth

• The three-toed sloths are tree-living mammals from South and Central America.

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Two-Toed Sloths• Two-toed sloths are 21 to 29 inches long and weigh about 9 to 17 pounds. Their brownish-gray fur curves from the stomach to the back, unlike most mammals, allowing rain to run off.

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Three-Toed Sloth• The three-toed

sloths are tree-living mammals from South and Central America.

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Go to the bathroom once a week

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They spend as much as 20 hours a day sleeping while hanging from a tree limb or curled up near a branch.

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• A sloth can tolerate larger changes in body temperature than any other mammal: from 74°F - 92°F.

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•A sloth has very little muscle: it has the lowest muscle to mass ratios of all mammals.

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•Sloths are hunted by jaguars, harpy eagles, and people.

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• Sloths are arboreal animals, which means that they spend most of their lives hanging upside-down from tree branches.

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•I hope you enjoyed my report and that sloths are your favorite animal now(:

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