The Sloth Sanctuary Costa Rica is the sanctuary for sloths that is reserved for sloth rescuing, rehabilitating and liberating sloths. The main objective of this center is to manage and develop the sloths’ value of life. And it is also to protect the rainforest of Costa Rica.
The sloths that are rescued are extremely adorable. Especially when it comes to sloth babies, they are very loving to watch and how deals with. Take a look here of babbling baby sloths from which we cannot take our eyes away. This is that much adorable.
Did you know sloths sounded so noisy? It is so adorable and also fun to watch. And thanks to the caretakers, this bunch of sweet little baby sloths are receiving all love and care they need to live comfortably.
The Sloth Sanctuary Costa Rica is sincerely committed in order to maintain the well-being of the saved sloths. And together they are similarly concerned about the comfort and natural living conditions of the sloths living in the wild. The team is highly dedicated to every action they take to make sure that their rescue efforts not bring any harm to sloths even by accident.
That is very much defined with one of the major objectives stands for Sloth Sanctuary Costa Rica as “study and understand sloth behavior, lifestyle, physiology, and pathology through research and the exchange of information.”
At the Sanctuary, there are two types of Sloths living. They are as Two-fingered sloths and three-fingered sloths.
The biggest and most active Sloths are Two-fingered ones.
The Three-fingered Sloths are very slow and they move on land very sluggishly.
But they are strong swimmers who seem very active in that.
They like to spend their time hanging in trees upside down. And regardless of the type, they love to do that.
They love chewing fruits, leaves, nuts, berries and also insects.
And all above, what they love the most is just hanging out and take everything really slow.
Do you feel love for these little sloths? We love to hear from you!