Stop what you’re doing, and watch the cutest sloth video ever…right now.
Because, nothing but nothing is cuter than a sleepy, lazy little sloth.
Their slothy-yawns, slothy-sleeping, slothy-hanging around, their…well… their just.being… sloths…
Most sloth-like status
They’re the fucking bomb—and, this is the cutest sloth video ever, catching the little critters in their very best, most, sloth-like-status.
The video caption reads:
It’s hard not to love sloths!
Here are the cutest sloth moments, to remind us just how darn cute they are.
Hope you all enjoy!
Watch the cutest sloth video ever
And, yeah, enjoy it you will—because, if you don’t, then we really have no clue what the hell is wrong with you.
And in the meantime, here’s some
snore-inducing fascinating sloth facts, courtesy Wikipedia:
- Sloths are mammals, belonging to two separate families—two-toed sloths, and three-toed sloths
- Sloths are classified into six species
- Sloths are related to anteaters, hence the similar specialized claws
- Tree-dwelling sloths live in the jungles of central and South America and are renown for being lethargic and slow moving
- Various organisms love to live off of sloths—including moths, beetles, cockroaches, ciliates, fungi and algae
- Sloths live on a diet of leaves, buds and tender shoots
- However, some two-toed sloths also eat insects, small reptiles and birds in order to bulk up their leafy diet
- In Ecuador, sloths are also known by the names ritto, rit, and ridette, translating to “sleep”, “eat” and “dirty”
- Sloths’ tongues have the unique ability to protrude from their mouths 10 to 12 inches, something that comes in handy for collecting leaves just out of reach
- Up to two-thirds of a sloth’s weight consists of the contents of its stomach —it can take a month or more for their digestive process to complete.
- Sloths’ claws serve as their only natural defense. A fearful sloth may swipe at an attacker in an effort to scare them away or wound them.
- Sloths main predators are jaguars, harpy eagles and humans
- The majority of recorded sloth deaths in Costa Rica are due to contact with electrical lines and poachers
- Although it was believed for many years that sloths sleep for up to 15-18 hours a day, it’s recently been proved they actually sleep for under 10 hours a day
- Three-toed sloths are active mostly during the day, while two-toed sloths are nocturnal
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cutest sloth video ever
cutest sloth video ever