Manatees are also called sea cows. They are marine mammals who are mostly herbivorous, and reach up to a length of 4 m and weight of 590 kg. No wonder they are really slow. They have a speed of about 139-222 cm per sec approximately.
Loris is a medium sized primate, often counted among strange and hideous creatures, what with its tennis ball eyes and curiously human-like but strangely long hands. They have slow movement, at a speed of about 55.5 cm per sec.
5. Giant Tortoise
The slowest of the species are the Giant Tortoises with an average weight of 300 kg and length of 1.3 m. With a lifespan of 100 years, no wonder they have no real hurry to move faster than 76 cm per sec.
You may already know that starfish is not really a fish. There are about 2000 different species of starfishes, and their speeds vary. Their average speed may be about 0.89-2.7 cm per sec. The leather star moves at 0.25 cm per sec.
3. Three-toed Sloth
2. Garden Snail
Yes, we know, the animal world is weirdly named. Seahorse is another instance. It is a marine fish that does bear an uncanny resemblance to the torso of a horse. But it definitely can’t move like one, because the highest speed at which they have been noted to move is 0.04 cm per sec.