Last month I travelled to Panama to make a short film for National Geographic about a sloth rescue organisation called APPC. The film is now ready and I’m really pleased with the result. As well as all the usual gorgeous baby sloths it shows a less cuddly side to adult sloths, which serves as a reminder why they should never be kept as pets.
Fans of #slothweek will love A LITTLE BOOK OF SLOTH (http://www.amazon.com/Little-Book-Sloth-Lucy-Cooke/dp/1442445572) which features adorable photos of orphan baby sloths from the sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica. A percentage of profits also go to supporting sloth conservation so its a win-win for sloth lovers.
Sloth Week Squeak!
This week Animal Planet are devoting an entire week to sloths. They are featuring my award-winning Meet the Sloths film and daily videos of baby sloths. They have even produced a copy of my super cute sloth squeak viral…but which is cutest the original or the copy?
Above is the original…you can find the copy at www.slothweek.com
Sloths do selfies too. But only when they look this good.
Meet Punk, a three fingered resident of APPC wildlife rescue in Panama. He’s a sloth with plenty of attitude. A notorious escape artist who is just old enough to get his freedom and be released into the wild where he belongs #keepwildanimalswild
I’m hanging with the sloths for a week in Panama. Meet Coconut, just chilling in a tree. As you do… If you’re a sloth called coconut
I haven’t posted one of my sloth photos in a while. So feast your eyes on these greedy babies taken from my book A LITTLE BOOK OF SLOTH / THE POWER OF SLOTH.
Kevin, after intense stretches, prepared for the first serve, eager to compete in his first tournament.
Great new sloth blog on Tumblr #slothsarebadatthings
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SLOTHVILLE!
Here at Slothville, headquarters of the Sloth Appreciation Society, we are celebrating our birthday with a slumber party.
In just 3 years Slothville has collected over 40,000 sloth fans around the world on Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook. If you love sloths then make sure to join this slow movement and sign up to the Sloth Appreciation Society, you get a free SAS certificate and Slothville news.
Another classic from the always awesome sloths in space.