Sloths live in the canopy part in the rainforest
Sloths live in trees in south America
Well since a sloth isn't a marsupial, it doesn't have a pouch.
Sloths are mammals, so yes, they do have live babies.
Sloths live around 25 to 30 years.
Marsupial has to do with how the young are born and cared for. Carnivore is about what they eat. There are carnivore marsupials - like the Tasmanian Devil. Sloths are mammals, NOT marsupials, and NOT carnivores.
No, sloths are tropical animals.
All species of sloths are placental mammals.
The only marsupial to live in the US is the Virginia opossum.
NO, Sloths do not live alone. When sloths were first born they live 15 years with their mom and then they leave their mom to go build their nest alone.
Prehistoric sloths known as giant sloths lived in North America.
Tree sloths, Three-Toed Sloths, and Green Sloths are the most prominent sloths in the Amazon Jungle. Other sloths also but mostly those sloths in jungles
sloths live is cold places and shelter in caves or trees
Sloths live in the rainforests of South and Central America.they lived in warm weather
sloths live in centrel America and they live in the under canopy of the rainforest floor - in trees very high of the ground.
NO. Sloths are forest-dwelling animals that live and climb on trees, they do not live in grasslands where there are literally no trees to speak of.
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Yes i think sloths do live in rainforests but i not sure what type of rainforests Temprate or Tropical
most types of sloths live in the under story but out of 100% about 2 live in the canopy