What is the difference between a two-toed sloth to a three-toed sloth?
“Besides the fact that one has two toes on its forelimbs and the other three, they have different numbers of vertebrae (three-toed ones have nine; two-toed ones have six or seven). Also, Three-toed sloths have a small tail and its forelegs are substantially longer than the rear ones. The two-toed sloths do not have tails and its front and back legs are closer to the same size.. The two-toed variety also has a shorter neck, larger eyes and move more between trees.