[The Sun] Check out this limelight-loving sloth dropping in on a group of tourists taking a holiday snap. The nosy creature managed to plant its mug directly in the schoolchildren’s shot while hanging upside down from a tree. Photographer and guide Manuel Ramirez was snapping the kids who were taking part in an International Student Volunteers expedition in Costa Rica. When in an uncharacteristically well-timed move for an animal used to living life in the slow lane he was faced with the mammal staring straight down his lens. He said: “As I looked through the camera lens I could see something creeping in to the frame. “When I realised it was a baby sloth I clicked the button as fast as I could, not that he was going anywhere fast.”
Look at that cute little motherfucker. Just hamming it up with his sloth mug upside down in the frame like it ain’t no thing. What exactly is a sloth though? Are they legitimately furry, chill bastards without a sense of urgency? Or are they devious assholes like koala bears? If it’s A, I don’t see why they’re not the common household pet. Since they’re not, though, I can only assume this picture is merely evidence of a bloody scene where all the smiling faces of International Student Volunteers ended up ripped off their skulls. If you look close enough you can see the flesh-hungry evil in its eyes.