Description"Sloths are the new 'it' creature," declares the Wall Street Journal. And no wonder--with their sly little smiles and unhurried, upside-down approach to life, they are the embodiment of cute. Sloths features a dozen portraits of chilled-out sloths doing what sloths do best: snuggling, nibbling hibiscus flowers (their favorite treat!), soaking up the sun, and just hanging around--literally. The adorable full-color images are accompanied by fascinating sloth facts: Did you know sloths have more neck vertebrae than any other mammal, giving them a grazing radius of 270 degrees without expending the energy to move the rest of their body? Welcome to life in the slow lane. Printed on FSC-certified paper.
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About the Author
British filmmaker and zoologist Lucy Cooke has been called "the Steven Spielberg of sloth filmmaking" (The Atlantic). She is the woman behind Animal Planet's Too Cute! Baby Sloths, the author of New York Times bestseller A Little Book of Sloth, and the founder of the Sloth Appreciation Society. Find her on the web at slothville.com.