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February 9, 2016

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A three-month-old Linnaeus two-toed sloth is introduced at a press conference at the Allegheny County airport after it arrived on a private jet Monday in West Mifflin, Pa., Monday. The sloth will live at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh and be part of their education and interactive encounters program. The Aviary plans to ha...

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