Keeping a sloth as a pet

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Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Matthew Walker

A New York Times bestseller

The first sleep book by a leading scientific expert—Professor Matthew Walker, Director of UC Berkeley’s Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab—reveals his groundbreaking exploration of sleep, explaining how we can harness its transformative power to change our lives for the better.

Sleep is one of the most important but least understood aspects of our life, wellness, and longevity. Until very recently, science had no answer to the question of why we sleep, or what good it served, or why we suffer such devastating health consequences when we dont sleep. Compared to the other basic drives in life—eating, drinking, and reproducing—the purpose of sleep remained elusive.

An explosion of scientific discoveries in the last twenty years has shed new light on this fundamental aspect of our lives. Now, preeminent neuroscientist and sleep expert Matthew Walker gives us a new understanding of the vital importance of sleep and dreaming. Within the brain, sleep enriches our ability to learn, memorize, and make logical decisions. It recalibrates our emotions, restocks our immune system, fine-tunes our metabolism, and regulates our appetite. Dreaming mollifies painful memories and creates a virtual reality space in which the brain melds past and present knowledge to inspire creativity.

Walker answers important questions about sleep: how do caffeine and alcohol affect sleep? What really happens during REM sleep? Why do our sleep patterns change across a lifetime? How do common sleep aids affect us and can they do long-term damage? Charting cutting-edge scientific breakthroughs, and synthesizing decades of research and clinical practice, Walker explains how we can harness sleep to improve learning, mood, and energy levels; regulate hormones; prevent cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes; slow the effects of aging; increase longevity; enhance the education and lifespan of our children, and boost the efficiency, success, and productivity of our businesses. Clear-eyed, fascinating, and accessible, Why We Sleep is a crucial and illuminating book.
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KEEPING A PET SLOTH & MORE

Thinking About Owning a Pet Sloth …Here is Everything You Need to Know

A while ago, the internet went crazy over the story of a five-month-old baby girl and her best friend: a pet sloth. The story was accompanied by photos and a video that quickly went viral, attracting attention from all over the world. The photos are admittedly cute and the resultant media-splash catapulted sloths back into the spotlight — but we fear that the negative repercussions may have outweighed the benefits on this one. The sloth pet trade is booming and it is a disaster for wild sloths. These wild animals maintain their natural instincts. They are also a solitary species that lives alone in the wild.

Two-toed sloths are rising in popularity as exotic pets. They are very calm, slow-moving creatures who eat special diets, are quiet, need a lot of trees to climb on, and can live up to 30 years, making them suitable only for the most seasoned of exotic pet owners who are ready, willing, and able to handle the exotic needs of a sloth for many years. Two-toed sloths do not like to be petted or groomed. They move slowly and spend much of their day hanging and not walking. Sloths are wild animals and are not domesticated.

Post good photos of your pet or quick tips on pet care. Did You Know? In spite of their labored walk on land, sloths are known to be great swimmers. Sloths love to cuddle and are attention seeking mammals. They belong to the Megalonychidae and Bradypodidae families. There are two types of sloths: Two-toed sloths and three-toed sloths. These mammals are also related to ant-eaters because they sport the same set of claws.

Sloths are extremely rare exotic pets with long lifespans that are only recommended for the most seasoned pet owner.
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Last Updated on May 27, A growing number of owners want exotic animals as pets. The big debate is: should they even be pets in the first place? Of those animals from the wild, many are interested in taking care of sloths. After all, they are adorable, lovely, and unique creatures.

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