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DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant). Disorders of calcium metabolism in sloths occur with regularity, including published reports of soft tissue mineralization.


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Sloths like it hot: ambient temperature modulates food intake in the brown-โ€‹throated sloth (Bradypus variegatus). Rebecca N. Cliffe, Ryan J. Haupt.


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The reason a rainforest climate is required is that the sloth has difficulty keeping their body temperature in homeostasis with changing.


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