To protect sloths from extinction, their habitat is being protected and sloths are breeding in captivity to try to increase their numbers. Deforestation must be stopped to fully protect these creatures.
Why are slothes endangered?
One reason that sloths are endangered is because of deforestation. The sloths are losing their habitat because the population is growing and people are removing trees to make room for homes and businesses. ...
Why are sloths endangered?
Only the maned three toed sloth is endangered. Sloths in general, are one of the most successful animals within their habitat. They are quite common within the Amazon. There are very few sloths left in the world. This makes them an endangered animal. They are subject to attack because they move so slowly. ...
Asked in Sloths
What do sloths kill?
Sloths normally do not kill anything, although occasionally they eat insects (which results of course in the insects' death). Their main diet is leaves though, and sloths are very very slow, so they don't kill anything else, except maybe some vegetation. ...
Asked in Literature & Language, Animal Life
Which animal is known for laying around most of the day has a bad reputation for being lazy and would eat almost anything?
Sloths have a bad reputation for being lazy and would eat mostly anything but that's completely wrong. Sloths are just very slow movers there not lazy what so ever. Sloths eat certain foods to. But Sloths have the reputation for all of these bad things. ...