We have two resident two-toed sloths named Flash and Priscilla. They, like their wild counterparts, move slowly, hang upside down from trees, and are oddly adorable.
In the Wild
Two-toed sloths live in Central and South America’s tropical and cloud forests. With long and sharp claws, hair that grows in the opposite direction of other mammals’ hair, and organs situated for an inverted life, sloths are perfectly adapted to a life suspended from tree branches.