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Adj.1.two-toed - having two toes
toed - having a toe or toes of a specified kind; often used in combination; "long-toed; "five-toed"
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Elsewhere across the 40-acre site visitors can learn more about the zoo's 1,200 strong animal collection, including new arrival, Reggie the Linne's two-toed sloth, with the chance for young visitors to win an adoption for the three year-old by taking part in a short sloth trail, plus spot Nuno the Humboldt penguin chick in Penguin Bay.
Reggie, a three-year-old Linne's two-toed sloth, has joined the Castle Hill attraction from Amazon World Zoo Park on the Isle of Wight just in time to meet summer holiday visitors.
Reggie, a Linne's two-toed sloth, has arrived at the attraction from Amazon World Zoo Park on the Isle of Wight.
Paleontologists from China and Iran have found tracks of two-toed carnivorous dinosaurs in the Alborz Mountains, China's PeopleS Daily reported last week.
A sleeping two-toed sloth as it hangs from a branch will surely draw your attention as will two colonies of the celebrated leaf cutter ants, presided over by their queens.
There will also be a new outdoor space for the pair of two-toed sloths, Tina and Rico, a new habitat for the giant anteater alongside the current capybara exhibit and improvements to the cheetah viewing yurt.
SEVEN Rodrigues fruit bats and a two-toed sloth are the latest residents to join Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo.
Each creature-including the two-toed sloth, markhor, polar bear, African elephant, baboon, cobra, lion, pipistrelle bat, alligator and dingo and more-is accompanied by a brief discussion of its behavior, habitat, and diet.
One day, after setting several traps in a heavily vegetated pond in the Five Forks unit of Petersburg National Battlefield, he and his colleagues made an unexpected discovery: an enormous black salamander called a two-toed amphiuma.
To learn what might drive tree descent, Pauli and other researchers compared a tree-descending species with a less fastidious, two-toed sloth.
Reduction in tooth number is a common character among sloths, with the two genera of extant tree sloths (the three-toed sloth, Bradypus, and the two-toed sloth, Choloepus) possessing a 5/4 dental formula.