Asked in Human and Animal Interaction
How camouflage are sloths?
Sloths have no color camouflage, but predators still don't seem to bother them. One reason is that they move so slow that they don't attract attention. Many predators have a hunting instinct triggered by movement. Try this experiment if you have a cat: when you play with them, move the toy slow, fast, and extremely rapidly and observe their reactions. You'll see what I mean....
Asked in South America
What are facts about South American plants and animals?
Sloths move REALLY slow.