- Preyed upon by harpy eagles, anacondas, jaguars, ocelots and, of course, humans; excellent camouflage and slow movement help them elude predators
Preyed upon by harpy eagles, anacondas, jaguars, ocelots and of course humans. Excellent camouflage and slow movement help them elude predators
Several Species of pyramid moths occasionally inhabit fur (far more common on bradypus
By defecating at the base of their host cecropia tree, the sloth provides the tree with fertilizer.
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