Have you ever talked to your pet? Because according to studies, people who often talk to their pets, or animals in general tend to have a higher IQ. Probably you are asking your dog some dumb questions, and you are expecting an answer. But there’s nothing wrong with that, all of us do it when there’s no one around.
But the crazy part is when you realize that animals are talking to one another too, just like us.
Have you ever seen a sloth? They are living in the tropical rain forests in South and Central America, and they have long arms with sharp and long claws. These animals are very special, because of the way they move.
They are very slow, and the three-toed sloth is the slowest animal in the entire world. They are moving even when it seems like they are standing still. But have you ever heard sloths talking to each other?
They are moving very slow in order to protect themselves from dangerous predators, according to the National Geographic. Their slow movement even lets algae grow on their bodies, which gives them extra camouflage.
There is a sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica, which was built in order to help us realize how important these animals are. This sanctuary has been officially working as a rescue center since 1997.
The employees are rehabilitating, rescuing, researching and releasing sloths back in the wild. Also they are advocating for the protection of the sloths in their natural habitat, especially in the rain forests of Costa Rica. If some baby sloths are left in the wild alone, then surely they end up in the sanctuary.
These animals are so adorable, and also they enjoy in their cute conversations.