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Slothy Sunday: What can we learn from sloths?
Sloth Sundays
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Sloth Sundays
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Slothy Sunday: What can we learn from sloths?

Katie Grant - June 21, 2020

Sloths are beautiful, graceful creatures that blend in with their natural environment. There are so many things we can learn from these understated animals — here are…

Swimming, squeaking and more: 5 sloth facts explained!
Sloth Sundays
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Sloth Sundays
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Swimming, squeaking and more: 5 sloth facts explained!

Sam Trull / The Sloth Institute - January 26, 2020

In honor of Slothy Sunday, Sam Trull of The Sloth Institute shares five sloth fun facts.  1. All sloths are excellent swimmers.  They instinctively know how to…

Slothy Sunday: Aren’t sloths amazing?!
Sloth Sundays
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Sloth Sundays
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Slothy Sunday: Aren’t sloths amazing?!

Amie Coltman / Toucan Rescue Ranch - October 6, 2019

My name is Amie Coltman, I am studying wildlife conservation at the University of Salford, and I am a Sloth Rehabilitation Intern at the Toucan Rescue Ranch.…

Slothy Sunday: Sloths, sloths everywhere
Environment & Wildlife
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Environment & Wildlife
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Slothy Sunday: Sloths, sloths everywhere

The Tico Times - February 3, 2019

Did you know that sloths are some of the most common mammals in the rain forest? hough spotting a wild sloth can be a challenge (they live…

Slothy Sundays: A dangerous dump
Environment and Wildlife
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Environment and Wildlife
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Slothy Sundays: A dangerous dump

The Tico Times - January 27, 2019

Sloths have little reason to leave the safety of the rain forest canopy, but once a week the sluggish mammals descend to the base of their favorite…

Slothy Sundays: A topsy-turvy world
Environment and Wildlife
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Environment and Wildlife
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Slothy Sundays: A topsy-turvy world

The Tico Times - January 20, 2019

Did you know that sloths spend 90 percent of their time upside down? Equipping wild sloths with backpacks that track their movements, a researcher in Costa Rica…