The Spotlight sloth, or spot-light sloth, or Dagobah swamp sloth, is a large furry mammal native to the swamps of Dagobah. The sloth is covered in a waterproof greenish-brown fur. They are so named because of the blue bioluminescent patches beneath the leathery skin on their hairless chests. These "spotlight" patches, when revealed, are used to induce plants and fungi to unfold and/or burst. The sloth will then use its small paws to quickly stuff food in to its toothless mouth.
Spotlight sloths favor fresh, succulent flowers along with the berries of the lahdia plant, but willingly eat other plants if necessary. In turn, sloths are preyed upon by Dagobah's Knobby White Spiders. One stab of the spider's venomous stinger can knock out an unlucky sloth.