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The Slow Life of Sloths
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26:04 - 32:21 (06:17)

Sloths move slowly because it's a defense mechanism from predators and researchers believe that their algae-covered fur helps camouflage them in the trees. They also have a multi-chambered stomach to digest food slowly and efficiently.

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