And it’s predictably adorable. But is it as adorable as a sloth?!
America, if we can make Arrested Development come back, surely we can make this dream a reality.
What’s better than sloth paintings based on famous pieces of art? Nothing. The artist “Shitty Watercolour”, known best for painting portraits of Reddit users, has taken it upon himself to paint our favorite animal and we couldn’t be happier.
You will never look at pansies the same way again.
More importantly: DID YOU KNOW YOU CAN RENT SLOTHS?!
Dear God. Everything is different.
Thanks to The Poke, who created the #slothfilmposters hashtag.
This offering pleases the Internet. Phillip Light has taken two universally beloved things and mashed them together into a NEW beloved thing.
Because there is no such thing as a bad sloth tattoo. “Live slow, die whenever.”
These are videos people actually uploaded to YouTube.
The Internet loves sloths and so should you.
What better way to get your (loose) history on than with a bunch of sloths?
The actors were in New York for the premiere of their new film, The Croods.
This is the future, people.
No, seriously, they can hold their breath for 40 minutes apparently.
They’re the ideal artistic medium.
Daniella King is keeping a blog of her world travels, most recently including volunteering at the Sloth Sanctuary and hanging out with sloths in need. AKA LIVING THE DREAM.
The National Aquarium is holding a naming contest for their new baby sloth. You can submit your suggestion here and then voting on the final four chosen will begin on November 2nd.
This relaxing video is comprised of footage of the sloths being rehabilitated at the AIUNAU sloth sanctuary in Colombia, compiled by Lucy Cooke. International Sloth Day is coming up on October 20 and we recommend celebrating with a charity sleep-in.
Orange crocodiles, green bees, and yellow lobsters — oh my! Every now and then nature throws us for a loop by producing animals in colors we don’t quite expect. If you missed it, catch the first installment here.
The mysterious Mona Lisas of the animal world have finally shared the secrets behind those amazing smiles. We have the exclusive scoop:
Let’s celebrate by looking at these pictures and video of him holding baby sloths. Sometimes, dreams do come true.
Six species of monkeys were given six kinds of synthesizers to see if one of them could be the next electro-pop superstar. Created as a promo video for the Volt Swedish Electronic Music Festival by Håkan Lidbo, the experiment proves that monkeys and synths go together almost as well as ketchup and chocolate. All the same, that baboon that eats the Casio might still have a shot at fame. [ed. note: Sloths aren’t monkeys, but everything else about this is cool]
If you are talking about any other animal at the moment you are talking about the wrong animal. Here is why you need to get with the sloth program while there is still time.