The hand indicates it is a Hoffman’s Two-toed Sloth
Though color could work as either 2 or 3-toed.
Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica

There’s a pink-nosed juvenile above what is probably the mother sloth.
Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica
The typical sloth sighting, a ball of fur in the tree. Sleeping sloth!
You are lucky to find one awake and moving!
Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica

See more sloths and other mammal photos in my Costa Rica Mammals PHOTO GALLERY

To learn more about sloths, see Sloth Facts on the livescience website.

And only one or two more posts to finish sharing my nature photos from Tortuguero. Hopefully you can see why I love that park (among others I also love!).

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