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May 18 2010 2:16 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
'cause i really want one.

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May 18 2010 2:19 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
"excuse me sir, do you have the proper permits to carry that sloth?!"
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May 18 2010 2:20 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
just at the Philly Zoo on Sunday and the one there was cool looking....and it actually was moving around while we were there which i think is the first time i have ever seen it do so
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May 18 2010 2:21 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I love that one sitting in the basket all Star Wars lookin.
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May 18 2010 2:22 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
our puppy is currently an asshole lunatic. you have no idea how thrilled i'd be with a pet that never moves and just wants to sleep on you all the time.
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May 18 2010 2:22 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
id make mine wear a tshirt and take him everywhere with me
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For some reason I want a sloth tattoo
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May 18 2010 2:26 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I once saw a sloth mote that had a cute baby sloth on someone's hand and it read "I iz not a dedly sin". Too lazy to find it though.
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May 18 2010 2:28 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
I think it is legal in PA. I bet you have to have some sort of permit though. You usually have to get them shipped in which can take long and it kind of upsetting since they take them out of the wild.

I volunteer at a place that has some and they can be somewhat tame but you have to watch out since they are still wild. You would probably have to get a 2 toed, I have heard the 3 toed do not survive in captivity.
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May 18 2010 2:30 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: dianna

I love that one sitting in the basket all Star Wars lookin.



That was a 3 toed sloth, probably can't get one of those. Supposedly they are more relaxed and tame though.
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May 18 2010 2:40 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: sidney

just at the Philly Zoo on Sunday and the one there was cool looking....and it actually was moving around while we were there which i think is the first time i have ever seen it do so


small mammals is always the first place i head to there. i usually buy a peacock feather at the little stand across the ways to tickle the sloth if nobody's around and he's napping in the tree. anything in the sloth family is cool as shit. swimming sloths are awesome..



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May 18 2010 2:46 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Ace of Spades

Originally posted by: sidney

just at the Philly Zoo on Sunday and the one there was cool looking....and it actually was moving around while we were there which i think is the first time i have ever seen it do so


small mammals is always the first place i head to there. i usually buy a peacock feather at the little stand across the ways to tickle the sloth if nobody's around and he's napping in the tree. anything in the sloth family is cool as shit. swimming sloths are awesome..




Ha that music when it was swimming was great.

Sloths are actually related to armadillos which have surprisingly spunky personalities and are awesome.
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May 18 2010 3:12 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
pretty sure these things can be really dangerous if they feel even slightly threatened
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May 18 2010 5:24 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: BadLuckJenna

Originally posted by: hopeyoudiesoon

pretty sure these things can be really dangerous if they feel even slightly threatened



I watch animal shows all of the time and have yet to see an angry sloth, but have heard it can happen.



They move really slow but are extremely strong. When they are agitated they swing their arms around aimlessly, they can definitely take a chunk of skin out. If you have one you work with it shouldn't get too threatened.
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May 18 2010 5:44 PM   QuickQuote Quote  
probably the 2nd coolest pet ever , next to karate monkey


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If any animal could smoke weed, it would be a sloth. They also don't look real.
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