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What is the scientific name for a sloth?

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families: Bradypodidae and Megalonychidae phylum: Chordata order: Pilosa Genus Choloepus (Two-toed sloths) hoffman's two-toed sloth: Choloepus hoffmanni pale-throated three-toed sloth: bradypus tridactylus Genus Bradypus (Three-toed sloths) pygmy
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A scientific name for a sloth is Bradypodidae.
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Kingdom - Animalia. Phylum - Chordata. Class - Mammalia. Order - Pilosa. Family - Bradypodidae. Genus (not Genius ! - Bradypus. Species. Pygmy Three-toed Sloth, Bradypus pygmaeus.
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