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Diary of a Baby Sloth 1

My name is Isa, I was born on the 22nd of February 2016 around 17:15, and was found by auntie Isabella Kirkland, a visiting artist, who

Avistamiento de Cetáceos en Suriname

Avistamiento de Cetáceos en Suriname Este video formó parte de la presentación de Monique Pool, Chairman de Green Heritage Fund Suriname, en las Jornadas Técnicas

Journal

Dolphin trip 24 January 2016

Notes and images from the field from Stellar Tsang, one of our photographers: The dolphins were having a blast, got to get close to an osprey,

Journal

Happy New Year 2015!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN 2014. WITH YOUR HELP WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO START BUILDING OUR SLOTH REHABILITATION CENTRE IN 2015! LET’S MAKE

Journal

Make your own Sloth Christmas Balls

24 December 2014 –  Make your own Sloth (Christmas) Balls (and support our fundraising campaign) What you’ll need : • Download the above sloth faces

Events

International Sloth Day picture report

So, we are almost a day late, but what do you expect… we’re sloths! International Sloth Day is celebrated on 18 October 2014. The main

Mercosur Leaders Support Whaling Moratorium

Leaders of Mercosur Give Their Full Support to Whaling Moratorium and the Proposed Creation of the Southern Atlantic Whale Sanctuary. 6. Destacaron su compromiso permanente

News

Sloth Rehab Newsletter

  Newsletter 1, August 2014   wordpress-256487-945388.cloudwaysapps.com Like us on Facebook Green Heritage Fund Suriname (GHFS) is building a rehabilitation centre, where Xenarthra (sloths, anteaters

Dolphin Program

Picture Report of World Oceans Day Celebration

Our friend Alejandro from Argentina gives instructions about setting up the whale. Rolling out the whale. The ladies of the dolphin programme pay careful attention

Dolphin Program

Masterclass in Marine Environmental Science

The Masterclass in Marine Environmental Science and the preceding film evening at TBL Cinemas were a great success. The films were that evening the best

Dolphin Program

Uruguay Whale and Dolphin Sanctuary a Fact!

The Sanctuary for Whales and Dolphins in Uruguay is approved! This was achieved with an absolute majority of votes in the Parliament of Uruguay. Below

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