Snuggle and cuddle up while relaxing with these adorable baby sloths! Located in Sloth Preschool at Toucan Rescue Ranch in Costa Rica you can watch as they take naps, snuggle in their buckets, go for an adventurous climb, and even get fed by the caretakers! Feedings generallu\y happen live between 7am PT to 3pm PT.
Please note that all the animals you’ll see at Toucan Rescue Ranch are all rescue cases – usually coming from serious situations such as traffic accidents, electrocution from power lines, illegal pet trade (suffering from malnutrition, abuse, and so forth), and other serious issues such as deforestation.
Learn More About Toucan Rescue Ranch
The Toucan Rescue Ranch (TRR) was founded in 2004 by Leslie Howle and Jorge Murillo. The original intention of TRR was to rescue, rehabilitate, and release Costa Rica toucans. MINAE (wildlife governing agency) noticed the success TRR had with toucans and began bringing various bird species. In 2007, when a baby sloth given the name Millie arrived, TRR transitioned into a full-time, multi-species wildlife rescue facility that specialize in toucans, sloths, and owls. Today they receive, care for, and release a wide range of species.
The Toucan Rescue Ranch (TRR) mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release Costa Rica wildlife, like these sloths. TRR works with a model that focuses on conservation, education, and research to ensure a brighter tomorrow for Costa Rica wildlife.
You can learn more on their website, www.toucanrescueranch.org.
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