Monster the Sloth (04:50)
Sam Trull works at Kids Saving the Rainforest, a rescue and rehabilitation center in the Costa Rican jungle. Trull's specialism and passion is sloths. She lives with the sloths in their habitat; meet Monster.
Africa and Aleka (04:12)
Poaching and hunting reduces Africa's wildlife. Antelope Park is a wildlife conservation program in Zimbabwe. Leigh-Anne Webb heads the program to save lions; she hand raised twin cubs.
Monster in Boot Camp (06:10)
Baby sloths tuck into wild leaves to sleep; they have poor vision. Trull trained Monster to take care of herself. Monster’s first challenge is an assault course where she must find food.
Africa and Aleka's Challenge (04:44)
The lion cubs learn to hunt makeshift animals that will be easy for them to catch; it is important to use natural items. Sharp eyes and hearing help lions hone in on prey.
Sloth Emergency (06:47)
Trull cares for other animals at the center. Her monkey catching skills come in handy when the primates need medical treatment. Falfel the marmoset has a broken tail and bite wounds from a fight.
Harriet the Serval (05:36)
Saving cats is a top priority for rescue centers. Sarah Carter and her husband run the Twala wildlife sanctuary. They take in any cats that have been injured or abandoned.
Iron Man Sloth (04:00)
All the two-toed sloths are named after action heroes. Iron Man is placed in rehab. Sloths have a hard time regulating body temperature because they cannot shiver.
Harriet's Freedom (07:10)
In the wild, serval cats pounce on small prey like mice. They can leap into the air and catch birds while in flight.
Monster in the Dark (04:05)
Many jungle predators hunt under the cover of darkness. Wild sloths only come down from the trees once a week to go to the toilet. Monster picks a risky time to go come down the tree.
Credit: Monster and Africa: Episode 2-Nature's Miracle Orphans (00:33)
Credit: Monster and Africa: Episode 2-Nature's Miracle Orphans
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