Started accidentally by two biologists with zoo experience who moved to Costa Rica to retire. People began bringing them injured and orphaned animals to help and it has grown to a wonderful rescue center for rehabilitation and if possible reintroduction back into the wild.
This baby Toucan is being trained to use his legs again after an injury. YES HE IS CRAZY CUTE.
These two women are acting as “monkey mamas” – these howler monkeys are still too young to be independent and they rely on a mother figure for security and comfort. The turbans are because one of them is a hair biter, which is really no fun for anyone. The monkey mamas do hour and a half shifts. The center has a large crew of young volunteers taking care of the place.
Hi, I’m an anteater. I eat termites. That’s the way it goes. Rumors get around, ant propaganda.
I’m a nocturnal sloth, so I’m ignoring you.