Pale-throated Sloth (Bradypus tridactylus)
These tri-toed, professional nappers are so slow they have a little party going on in their fur. Algae gives their fur a green tinge for blending in with the trees. Moths and beetles treat the sloth like their own personal club med, hanging on and laying eggs in sloth poop. Speaking of poop, sloths only go once a week or so and climb all the way down the tree to do their business. Learn more about these adorable slow pokes:
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