A collaboration between conservation and photography is helping Costa Rica remain one of the few places in the world where sloths are not endangered. In Costa Rica, home to two of six sloth species found in the Americas, sloths living in cities face two main dangers: electrocution from poorly insulated power lines, and attacks from pet dogs who haven’t been properly trained. Founded in 2017 by researcher Dr. Rebecca Cliffe, the Sloth Conservation Foundation has educated over 30,000 school children, installed 300 sloth bridges to cross busy roadways, and fixed over 15,000 dogs. All of this is made possible through donations from around the globe -- and key to its success is the collaboration between Dr. Cliffe and wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas, whose award-winning photography has helped ignite love for sloths worldwide.

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