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Sloth rehabilitation centre on the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica

Many of these sloths are orphans, and some have come in because they have been so badly injured in the Wild. Sometimes if they make a full recovery they can be released again, but sometimes they have to live their life out in the care of the staff and volunteer tourists at the centre.

The people who run this place once looked after birds. Then one day a little sloth was brought in to their home. They named her Buttercup. Soon, when the people in the nearby areas found sloths which needed help they started bringing them in and the sloth centre was born.




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Posted by sarahnwill 08:23 Archived in Costa Rica

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Hi there WillnSarah

Your trip looks fabulous so many wonderful creatures your new baby is soo cute! We are home and had an amazing time in Eastern Europe and Turkey lots of great adventures with a few good travel stories in contrast our photos are mostly architecture! All your gear is still fine here except the booze which is all gone alas! You'll never want to stop travelling now, we certainly don't! All the best Kim & Terry Julatten

by julatten

Hi Kim & Terry!
Great to hear about your trip, looking forward to a slide show when we get back. We are very behind in our blog, as our computer was infected with a bad virus. But as you said, we are already talking about our next trip away in the holidays we hope... See you all soon(ish)
Will & Sarah

by sarahnwill

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