Sloth's bones have a tale to tell

NORWALK Mmm, that's good sloth. A femur bone rediscovered in the attic of the Firelan
Cory Frolik
May 24, 2010

NORWALK

Mmm, that's good sloth.

A femur bone rediscovered in the attic of the Firelands Historical Society Museum is the first evidence prehistoric Indians butchered and ate any of the Ice Age species of sloth in North America, experts said.

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

WHAT: Brian Redmond of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History to discuss the Ice Age sloth

WHEN: 7 p.m. June 3

WHERE: Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center, 350 Shady Lane, Norwalk

INFO: Call Firelands Historical Society president Pat Mak at 419-668-7481.

See sloths HERE and HERE

Keep up with Redmond's research HERE.