The Giant #Ground #Sloths: The giant ground sloth is believed to have weighed about 2.5 tonnes, the same as an Asian Elephant! Their fossils have been found from Patagonia to Alaska. The last ground sloths seem to have died out about 10,000 years ago. Saw this skeleton in the National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC when I was a kid. Must see!!!

The Giant #Ground #Sloths: The giant ground sloth is believed to have weighed about 2.5 tonnes, the same as an Asian Elephant! Their fossils have been found from Patagonia to Alaska. The last ground sloths seem to have died out about 10,000 years ago. Saw this skeleton in the National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC when I was a kid. Must see!!!

Senex (Poland) & Giant Ground Sloth show article.  http://rozrywka.trojmiasto.pl/Progressive-Rage-Live-Senex-Giant-Ground-Sloth-imp104246.html

Senex (Poland) & Giant Ground Sloth show article. http://rozrywka.trojmiasto.pl/Progressive-Rage-Live-Senex-Giant-Ground-Sloth-imp104246.html

Eremotherium | Giant Ground Sloth | Eremotherium.jpg:

Eremotherium | Giant Ground Sloth | Eremotherium.jpg:

Ice Age: Sub-Zero Heroes - Sidney "Sid" (John Leguizamo) is a ground sloth who is clumsy, annoying, slow moving, fast-talking, unintelligent, unfit, and unattractive member with a good heart. Little is known from Sid's life other than that Sid once lived in a tree with other sloths that always wanted to leave Sid behind when the migration occurred, using several different ways to leave him behind.

Ice Age: Sub-Zero Heroes - Sidney "Sid" (John Leguizamo) is a ground sloth who is clumsy, annoying, slow moving, fast-talking, unintelligent, unfit, and unattractive member with a good heart. Little is known from Sid's life other than that Sid once lived in a tree with other sloths that always wanted to leave Sid behind when the migration occurred, using several different ways to leave him behind.

These South American burrows were likely made by giant, prehistoric ground sloths the size of elephants. - Imgur

These South American burrows were likely made by giant, prehistoric ground sloths the size of elephants. - Imgur

Remains of a Giant ground sloth (Eremotherium laurillardi).

Remains of a Giant ground sloth (Eremotherium laurillardi).

Elephant-sized ground sloths, or Megatherium, were endemic to South America.

Are these massive tunnels in South America the work of giant sloths?

Elephant-sized ground sloths, or Megatherium, were endemic to South America.

Giant Ground Sloth Megatherium | Giant Ground Sloth | Extinct around 10,500 years Before Present (BP), though some dates suggest 8,000-7000 years BP.

Giant Ground Sloth Megatherium | Giant Ground Sloth | Extinct around 10,500 years Before Present (BP), though some dates suggest 8,000-7000 years BP.

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