Two-Toed Sloth

Choloepus didactylus

These nocturnal herbivores’ slow pace and algae-toned fur make them difficult for predators to spot. They sleep 20 hours a day hanging upside-down among connecting vines; movement along the vines gives early warning of trouble.


Found At


Least Concern

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