Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 05/17 at 06:54 AM


I would expect algae to grow on his fur. But the thing is.. They don’t seem to care! Frogs and tadpoles eat algae.. We did a class report and we still have tadpoles in our classroom. In the tadpole tank, the algae looks green and stringy like the Grinch’s hair.. Anyways, how is it that three-toed sloths have ONLY THREE TOES? Please Seymour, may you answer my question?

Natalie. tongue rolleye
Portland, OR

Posted by Natalie  on  05/26  at  02:00 PM

Didn’t know that sloths mated, and gave birth in trees.


Posted by Matthew  on  04/24  at  11:29 AM
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