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Sloth evolution

Supervise your pet when using since small parts can present a choking hazard or internal blockage.

Because they are wild animals, sloths do not crave or seek out human contact even hand-raised ones once they have reached maturity.

They still possess all of their wild qualities, which make them unsuitable pets.

Description: Things to Consider The illegal pet trade also captures wild sloths for sale, which is unlawful and highly unethical, so you should seek a reputable source when purchasing a sloth.

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Boa constrictors live in the same habitats — tropical rainforests — as sloths.
Ethics Wild mammals like sloths rarely fare as well in captivity as they do in the wild because it is impossible to replicate every aspect of their natural environment in captivity.
Furthermore, sloths can be quite dangerous to humans — inflicting deep puncture wounds and even permanent nerve damage.

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    To protect sloths while caring for dogs, we assist with the costs of spaying/neutering which can range from $30-$50 per animal. To continue helping the animals of the area and to help us assist even MORE animals you can join us by donating to the Oh My Dog project or sponsoring a spay/neuter for an animal in need here!
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    Since their main predators (jaguars, ocelots, and harpy eagles) primarily hunt by sight, sloths move slowly to avoid being identified as prey. Sloths don’t sleep all day. In the wild, sloths sleep for 8–10 hours a day on average, which is a lot less than howler monkeys (15 hours) and koalas (up to 20 hours). Sloths are not related to monkeys.
    By: cryptic-fox|||||||||
    Sloths are naturally quiet animals. They hardly make a noise. They don't move quickly, either. Their limbs are adapted for grasping, hanging, and climbing-not walking or running. They can cling to tree trunks or hang upside down from branches without effort but crawl clumsily (and very slowly) on the ground.
    By: El_BadBoi|||||||||
    There are six extant sloth species in two genera – Bradypus (three–toed sloths) and Choloepus (two–toed sloths). Despite this traditional naming, all sloths actually have three toes on each rear limb, although two-toed sloths have only two digits on each forelimb.
    By: BlackPenguin|||||||||
    Unlike dogs and cats, you can't just clip a sloth's sharp claws to prevent it from scratching; sloths need their claws to grip onto trees and move naturally. Clipping a sloth's claws could prevent it from using its body properly, and the animal's physical and mental health could suffer as a result.
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