2 Toed Sloth Vs 3 Toed Sloth – They Aren’t All The Same

I wonder how many people realize that there is more than just one type of sloth? I’ll be honest and admit that until I started writing articles on this website, I had no idea that more than one type of sloth existed. I now know that there are several species of sloths in the animal kingdom and will expand on this further in this article. Specifically, I will discuss the topic of 2 toed sloth vs 3 toed sloth. I will do so by presenting the different species of sloths that currently exist, describing each one of them in a Read More


How Slow Are Sloths? Let’s Take A Look At This…..Slowly!

Sloths are known by many people for many things, including their cuteness, how adorable and lovable they are, and how wonderful they are. They are also known by many people for their slowness, which they most definitely are! But just how slow are sloths? That is what this article is going to address and discuss. I will do so by discussing why sloths move so slowly, how slowly they actually do move, and compare their speeds to the speeds of some other animals. At the end of it all, I hope to have educated and entertained you. So, let’s begin….. Read More


Slow Animals List – Try To Stay Awake Watching These Animals Move!

With so many animals in the animal kingdom, there are bound to be slow ones, fast ones, big ones, small ones, etc. As the owner of allaboutsloths.com, I write articles about one of the slowest-moving animals on the planet – the sloth. For this particular article, I decided to do some research to see what other slow animals I could find. As a result, I have come up with a slow animals list. Within this list, I will introduce some slow animals, I will briefly discuss a little bit of information about each of them, and I will present some Read More


Do Sloths Eat? If So, What Do They Enjoy?

Animals (like humans) don’t all enjoy eating the same foods – and with all of the animals that are in the animal kingdom, I can only imagine how many meal varieties there are out there! Have you ever wondered about what foods different animals eat? In this article, I will look at sloths specifically (since I own allaboutsloths.com) and will attempt to answer the question, “Do sloths eat?” I will do so by presenting the different species of sloths that currently exist, discussing if some (or all) of them eat, talking about the eating habits of some extinct sloths from Read More


Where Did Giant Ground Sloths Live? Certainly Not In Trees Like Today’s Sloths Do!

In many of my articles here at allaboutsloths.com, I write about sloths in such a way that portrays them as cute, gentle, lovable, and adorable animals (which they are). But even these darlings of the animal kingdom have a history that may surprise a lot of people. As giant ground sloths, they were anything but the cute, gentle, lovable, and adorable animals that they are today. In today’s article, I am going to be discussing some of these sloths of the past in a bit more detail as I attempt to answer the question, “Where did giant ground sloths live?” Read More


Why Do Sloths Have Long Claws? Let’s Examine The Reasons

Sloths are known by many people for many things, some of which include slowness of movement, their cuteness, and their long claws. I could go on and on for quite some time about their cuteness, but in this particular article, I am going to go into more detail regarding their claws as I attempt to answer the question, “Why do sloths have long claws?”. I will do so by discussing and describing sloth claws in some detail, I will explain what their claws are used for, I will discuss how evolution and adaptation has resulted in the way sloths’ claws Read More


Do Sloths Have Tails? Let’s Learn A Bit About This

As random as it may sound, have you ever thought about the anatomy of a sloth? They seem to be known by many people for moving slowly and for having claws (and for being sooooooo cute)…..but what about other features of them? For example, do sloths have tails? In this article, I am going to examine this further and provide an answer to this question. I will do so by presenting some information about the anatomy of a sloth, discussing whether or not sloths have tails, talking about some animals that have long tails, and also talking about some animals Read More


Sloth Sleeping Habits – How Much Is Enough For Them?

As humans, we all need to perform certain activities in order to survive. One of those activities is sleeping (I know I love my sleep!). But what about sloths? Do sloths need sleep like humans do? What are sloth sleeping habits? There is sometimes an assumption that sloths lie around and sleep most of their days away, but is this actually true? In this article, I will answer these questions for you by discussing sleep that humans require in order to survive, comparing that to how much sleep sloths get, and then making sleep comparisons with other animals. At the Read More


Sloth Predators – There Are Several Of Them

Predators and prey…..it’s all part of the animal kingdom and the ecosystem. As part of this animal kingdom, we have sloths, who are one of the slowest-moving animals on the planet. Because of this fact, one might assume that sloths would be easy targets for all animals. However, this is not necessarily the case as sloth predators can have difficulties going after their sloth prey. That is what this article is going to be discussing – predators of sloths. I will do so by discussing predators that are from the animal kingdom, as well as discussing how sloths are able Read More


Where Are Sloths Found? Let’s Take A Look At This

With so many sloth images, videos, memes, GIFs, products, etc., it seems like sloths are very popular these days. And for good reason: they are cute, adorable, lovable, gentle, wonderful creatures. As the owner of allaboutsloths.com, I write articles in an attempt to educate my readers about this incredible animal. In today’s article, I am going to focus on trying to answer the question, “Where are sloths found?” I will do so by first discussing some sloth history, then going on to discuss some places where sloths can be found today. At the end of it all, I hope to Read More


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