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Why do sloths move so slow?

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Sloths have little energy for darting around because of their herbivorous diet, so they move slow to conserve energy.

Sloths move slowly to conserve energy. In fact, they move slower than any other mammal on earth, trekking about 125 feet a day.

Sloths move slow due to their diet and their digestive system, it slows them down. This is helpful, many predators don't see them!

God created them that way.


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Like driving slow to save gas, sloths move slowly to conserve energy. They move only about 125 feet (38 meters) in one day.

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