Three-toed Sloth Clutching Tree in Limón, Costa Rica - Encircle Photos

56 Three-toed Sloth Clutching Tree in Limón, Costa Rica

The three-toed sloth is the perfect animal to photograph in the wild: they don’t move fast and they are always smiling. For a chance to see a Bradypus variegatus in the forest, walk the trails at either the Refugio Gandoca Manzanillo or Parque Nacional Cahuita. Both parks are south of Limón. You might also spot this brown-throated sloth hanging from trees during a boat ride along the Tortuguero Canal north of the city. For a guaranteed close up, visit the Jaguar Rescue Center near Puerto Viejo or the Sloth Sanctuary close to Cahuita.

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Canal del Tortuguero, Limón Province, Costa Rica

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