The sloth does not grow moss, the moss does.
yes, yes it can
Plants can never grow through moss but plants can always grow in moss :)........jk Some plants can germinate in the soil and grow through some types of moss.
because of the water that is i trees and stuff when it rains it gets in the sloths fur and starts to grow mold
Yes some of them do. The moss helps the sloth to blend into its surroundings better.
new moss plant begin to grow when _are releashed
Sloths tend to be greenish since they move so slowly that moss gathers on them.
Moss grows anywhere it can. If an indoor surface is clean moss won't grow on it, but outdoors there's no such thing as a clean surface, so moss will grow there if the climatic conditions are right.
They cannot grow on a rock but will grow among rocks Moss however will grow quite happily on rocks.
They sleep, mate, and give birth upside down, they practical do everthing upside down. they only pee/poop when it rains so predators don't come and attack them. male sloths have a line down their back. they grow moss/algea on their backs.
Moss will grow on the North side as it does not receive the sun.
moss can grow on a rock
Moss has roots in the first point. Age 5 name Rebecca ng MOSS PLANTS HAVE RHIZOIDES IN PLACE OF ROOTS. THESE RHIZOIDES HELP IN THE ABSORPTION FOR MOSS PLANT TO GROW.
Sloths grow up to 5 metres long
Moss is not a decomposer. Moss is like a plant; it uses the sun and nutrients to grow.
No it does not
On the ground
I think it is because sloths are VERY slow and since there so slow algae grows on them.
it dosent grow at all :)
To grow moss you need a cool, dark surface and environment (shady) and it also must be moist
Favorable growing conditions for vegetables are also favorable growing conditions for moss. The damp and cold summer of 09 allowed the moss to grow.
Yes, there are species of moss that have adapted to life in the desert.
Moss is a nonvascular plant so it has to grow on a tree for support.
No, but Spanish Moss does grow in trees.
Sloths are easily camouflaged with their fur. Mites, beetles and moths live in the outer layer of fur. Moss grows on a sloth's back after a while, camouflaging it with it's jungle background.