A female sloth can produce just one baby per year. Look at this bucket of little miracles!
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“Known for being a sedentary tree-dwelling mammal, the sloth rarely moves at all spending much of its day hanging upside-down from tree limbs. The animal is so lethargic that its fur is often host to small moths, beetles and even algae. The algae coats the sloth’s brown, white or black fur with a greenish tinge camouflaging it against predators in the forest.
Sloths spend most of their time sleeping and eating in the tropical rain-forests of South and Central America. Their main source of nutrition is leaves, twigs and fruit. This diet leaves a sloth with very little energy to move around, a low metabolism and low body temperature.”
More sloth facts at: http://www.livescience.com/27612-sloths.html