Slow Sloths
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Chris transforms into a sloth to understand how it can hang for so long. The group's impression of sloths is that their lives are relaxing. While in his transformation, however, he is taken away by a harpy eagle and cannot avoid it because of the slow speed at which he is able to move. Chris briefly describes that sloths and harpy eagles have a predator-prey relationship.


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