Bradypus torquatus, Three-toed Sloth

Leeds Museums & Galleries

Leeds Museums & Galleries
United Kingdom

Sloths' bodies are adapted to life in the trees. Their claws hook onto branches, enabling them to move slowly through the trees feeding on leaves. They sometimes appear green from algae living in their fur, which helps camouflage them.


  • Title: Bradypus torquatus, Three-toed Sloth
  • Physical Dimensions: object height: 480mm, object width: 240mm, object depth: 350mm
  • Subject Keywords: Mammal
  • Type: Mammal

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