Three Toed Sloth

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Description

Sloths are so named because of their very low metabolism and deliberate movements. They spend 15 to 20 hours per day sleeping. They are built for life in trees, where their long curved claws are used for gripping branches. All sloth species have long legs, rounded heads and small ears. They eat both plants and small animals. They learn what foods to eat by licking their mother’s lips – this teaches the baby to know what foods are safe to eat.  Sloths are arboreal creatures, which means they live the vast majority of their lives up in the treetops. All species of sloths are found in rainforests of Central and South America. There are different species found in Honduras to Eastern Peru and from Guyana to north of the Amazon River in Brazil. Also on the Isla Escudo de Veraguas off the coast of Panama.

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Specifications

  • Size (approx): 5.6 x 3 x 7.2cm
  • Weight: 26g
  • Sales Unit: 1 piece
  • EAN: 0701575407194
  • Tarif No: 9503004910
  • Certification: EN71 | UKCA | ASTM-F963 | AUS/NZ 8124 | REACH | CPSIA
  • Origin: China
  • Material: Basswood
  • Labelling: Hang tag
  • Packaging: Individually in paper
  • Suitable from age 3+

Conservation Status

The pygmy sloth is critically endangered |The maned sloth is vulnerable.

Sustainability

  • one percent for the planet logoCarbon offset paid from factory to warehouse
  • One tree planted for every complete wholesale order
  • Made out of sustainable basswood from eastern China
  • One Percent for the Planet Brand Member

Care

  • Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
  • Do not submerge in water.
  • Do not leave outside.
  • Do not leave on or near a heat source such as a radiator.

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