Slothy Sunday: Saving sloths in Costa Rica
Kids Saving the Rainforest is a wildlife rescue center that has rescued about 3,000 animals. The organization has planted thousands of trees so that monkeys, sloths, and other animals will have food and a natural habitat.
Click on the photo for a full-resolution version, or click below to read our 2018 feature on Kids Saving the Rainforest (featuring even more cute pictures):
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