OMG - if I had ovaries they would be tingling right now.
Yes, they are the world’s slowest animal and we love it! According to National Geographic, scientists think that sloths are slow moving to avoid being noticed by predators. According to us... we think they're slow moving in order to make them more adorable!
In case you don't know: Sloths live in tropical rain forests and can usually be found living in Central and South America. This Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica educates the public about the importance of the sloth to the environment. Baby sloths and adult sloths are cared for at the sanctuary in the video above.
Watch how adorable they are!
Photo: Sloth Sanctuary Costa Rica / Facebook