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Celebrating the life of Jinkoe

On the 26th of June 2017, which was a national holiday in my country, I was called by an outpatient caretaker. While visiting a patient

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A Special Guest

By Ted van Hooff ‘There’s a sloth in a car tire above the water behind my house.’ We find sloths in the strangest places. When

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Thank you Sigfried

By Ted van Hooff When Sigfried, a cock who is always alert, starts to crow at a tree in a backyard in South Paramaribo, his

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Urban Forest Fragments

World Wildlife Day 2019 In observance of World Wildlife Day on Sunday, the 3rdof March, we wanted to share with you some of our thoughts

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A sloth called Cliff

A sloth called Cliff Kenneth started calling me at the end of December 2018 about a two-fingered sloth that was of concern to him. The

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Wildlife Welfare and Sloths

Suriname is home to two species of sloth, the three-fingered Bradypus tridactylus and the two-fingered Choloepus didactylus. Although neither species is currently considered threatened with extinction [12, 13] ,

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2019 here we come!

We had a wonderful year! Slowly things started falling into place after a bit of a chaotic ending of 2017. But, things started lining up.

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World Tamandua Day – 29 November 2018

On the 29th of November we celebrate World Anteater Day. We also say Tamandua Day, because the day originated in Brazil. Anteaters are like sloths

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Giving Thanks!

Today we want to focus on giving thanks to our donors, including the anonymous ones. We wanted in particular to highlight the work of one

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The Story of 19 November

For some of you, this might be just an ordinary day. Not for Green Heritage Fund Suriname. This day reminds us of a beginning and

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Amazing study about Swimming Sloth Ancestors

Please check out this article if you are interested in knowing more about the swimming sloth ancestors of our contemporary sloths. http://www.eartharchives.org/articles/the-giant-sloths-that-lived-in-the-sea/  

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Science Advances publish about Ground Sloth Hunt

Science Advances published an article on what possibly may have been a Ground Sloth Hunt by humans. Footprints preserve terminal Pleistocene hunt? Human-sloth interactions in

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