Fri 25 April 2014, The Independent

Why do sloths hang upside down?

By Heather Saul
Sloths, the lazy creatures famed (and envied) for their slow-paced, laidback lifestyle manage to spend most of their time hanging upside down because their internal organs are quite literally fastened in place, scientists have discovered.
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