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Scientists have finally discovered how owls manage to rotate their heads up to 270 degrees without causing themselves serious physical damage.

A new study has found that a combination of unique bone structure and a highly developed vascular system bestows extra mobility on the predators. Scientists at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine examined snowy, barred and great horned owls for the research.

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Sloths are medium-sized mammals belonging to the (two-toed sloth) and (three-toed sloth), classified into six species. They are part of the order Pilosa and are therefore related to antheaters, which sport a similar set of specialized claws. Extant sloths are arboreal (tree-dwelling) residents of the jungles of Central and South America, and are known for being slow-moving, and hence named “sloths”. Extinct sloth species include a few species of aquatic slothsand many ground sloths, some of which attained the size of elephants.

Sloths make a good habitat for other organisms, and a single sloth may be home to moths, beetles, cockroaches, ciliates, fungi, and algae.[3]