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Meet Danitsja, a Potty-Trained Sloth

When sloth conservationist Monique Pool brought this particular sloth back to her sanctuary she discovered something totally extraordinary about her.

Special Squeaky Sloth Video

National Geograpic Emerging Explorer Lucy Cooke, creator of Slothville, is on a one-woman crusade to show the world why some of the most unlovable animals are actually the most interesting and deserving of our attention, study, and protection. Her new book, The Little Book of Sloth, celebrates the sloth: the cutest, cuddliest, slowest creature on…

Some Ancient Sloths Ventured Into the Ocean, Study Says

A new study finds that dense bones enabled aquatic sloths to sink to shallow seagrass beds in order to graze.

Endangered sloths in Central Park?

Things are changing for a motley crew of pint-sized slowpokes on a previously undisturbed island ten miles off the coast of Panama. But scientists are utilizing an “environmental air force” to slow the tide.

The Slothiest Day of the Year

Celebrate International Sloth Day with a video tour of the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica courtesy of explorer Lucy Cooke.