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Sloth hanging outLuciano Candisani, BrazilLuciano had to climb the cecropia tree, in the protected Atlanticrainforest of southern Bahia, Brazil, to take an eye-level shot of thisthree-toed sloth. Sloths like to feed on the leaves of these trees,and so they are often seen high up in the canopy.
Sloth hanging outLuciano Candisani, BrazilLuciano had to climb the cecropia tree, in the protected Atlanticrainforest of southern Bahia, Brazil, to take an eye-level shot of thisthree-toed sloth. Sloths like to feed on the leaves of these trees,and so they are often seen high up in the canopy.

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