Sloth is a medium-sized mammal living in central and southern America, belonging to the family geolachiaceae and sloth family under the suborder vermicularia. Sloth is a completely non selective animal. It eats insects, lizards and carrion, but its main food is shoots and leaves. Long term arboreal life gives them unique adaptability. The stomach of the sloth is very large and moves slowly, and is divided into several stomach chambers with various symbiotic bacteria.
In the tropical forests of South America, there is a kind of tree mammal named sloth, which is famous for its laziness. It hangs itself upside down on a branch all his life, whether sleeping, resting, feeding, or giving birth, and even hangs on the tree after death. Living habits: they are the most thorough arboreal animals. They rarely leave the trees all year round. Even if they eat, sleep, mate or bear, they hang upside down on the branches.