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... treat we were in for. It was truly an incredible place. Animals of all walks of life, big and small where in there, given a second chance by the people that give up so much to keep the centre going. We saw other animals likes an ocelot, crocodiles, snakes, frogs, owls, toucans, deers and most importantly sloths. The deers and their little fowls freely roaming around the grounds and as we intently listened to our guide one of the little fowls came and licked Stu on the ...
drifted through the clearings in the canal. Thrice more, we saw a
different grouping of Howler monkeys, and the Capuchin monkeys were
leaping amongst the great mass of foliage.
``The bananas here are wild, and not
edible for human consumption,`` said Jardin while grabbing a banana
from a nearby tree. He peeled, and broke the fruit into half, and
handed it to us with the black seeds exposed. ``You see those
... but I was able to get a good idea of the process. The ship had three 40 ton cranes but they normally only lift loads of around 25 tonnes. The containers are firmly attached to the deck and to each other to make sure they remain stable if seas are rough. The next two nights I'm staying in a hotel a bit inland from here which has a huge swimming pool so hoping to make the most of ...
... my old section 2 crew. I've also got the Exhibition sloths which I didn't really do last time, so that's pretty cool. My second heart attack of the day was when I came back from lunch to find my section had a new sloth, I was really confused for a minute till I realised that it was the sloth from the clinic, the one with the infected foot. She doesn't seem to be doing that great though and is moving really awkwardly. Talking of new sloths we got a new baby in the downstairs nursery ...
... lot in front of a building with the name emblazoned upon it. Across the lot towers a plaster twenty foot scale replica of an ice age sloth. The execution is more miniature golf course than museum exhibit, but it is large and kids love large stuff. We are greeted by the founder's daughter, a middle aged woman with a hurried energy who is as corny as Kansas in August. She loads us into her van to cart us off to the volunteer quarters but we ...