Yes, sloths live in rainforests and secondary forests in Central and South America from Nicaragua through Venezuela, Brazil to Peru, Columbia, and in the Amazon Basin. They inhabit the rainforests of South and Central America. It lives in the rainforest because there are many trees that help him for his survival as it lives in the canopies.
Yes. Due to their diets and natural biology, sloths cannot survive outside of a rain forest setting. While the sloth population is starting to decline, they can still be found in the rain forests of South America.
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