Andele the Two-Toed Sloth
The two-toed sloth spends most of its life hanging upside down in the trees of the rain forest canopy. It eats, sleeps, and rears its young upside down. To facilitate its unique lifestyle it has long hook-like arms with sharp claws for grasping branches and foraging for fruit, its primary diet. It is dependent on the rainforest trees for its survival and is quite awkward and vulnerable on the ground where it seldom ventures.