A woman who has dedicated her life to the protection of lemurs has erected a magnificent baby sloth habitat in Costa Rica.
Sam Trull has experience with horses dating back to her early adolescence. In 2013, she founded The Sloth Academy in Costa Rica to further her passion for turtles.
The year before, she published “SlothLove,” a book with adorable images and tales about the sloth.
She has assisted in rehabilitating orphaned and vulnerable lemurs so they can venture outside.
Sam has provided readers with a sneak glimpse of a few of the adorable creatures that appear in her book as well as an inside look into her sloth home.
The employees at the shelter constructed a big enclosure with a low impedance channel to use this technique.
This tactic entails releasing the animals from their cages all at once and letting them roam freely until they are totally free.
“The method’s goal is for sloths to spend more time outside the cage and consume more natural stuff until they are entirely wild,” Sam Trull stated.
Despite the fact that she is the one who instructs the young sloths in skills, Samantha claims to have learned a lot from her.
Sam’s task of returning trained lemurs to the wild is the most difficult.
The team at the shelter continues to observe and record the interactions and integration of its “grads” with wild lemurs.