The sloths at Bijagua Ranas are not fed or handled, but simply thriving in the treetops all around the property. During our leisurely hour-long walk, I counted 15 sloths. For the most part, they were spaced at distances apart from one another. However, I came across one giant tree on the very edge of the property where three sloths were napping up in the canopy. This protected cluster of forest appears to be not only abundant with the trees that sloths like to eat from but also free from the threat of further human development, habitat destruction, motorized traffic and street dogs.