Baby sloth is 5th born at Baltimore’s National Aquarium

Baby sloth Felize was born March 30, 2015, at the National Aquarium, in Baltimore. (National Aquarium via YouTube)

BALTIMORE (AP) — A baby sloth has been born at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

The zoo announced the birth of Felize the two-toed sloth this week. The aquarium says Felize is the fifth sloth born at the facility and the third baby for its mother, Ivy.

The aquarium says it’s unclear whether the sloth is male or female and that mother and baby are being given their space so they can bond.

The aquarium says Felize is nursing well and will remain close to Ivy for almost a year before independently exploring the exhibit.

The last sloth born at the aquarium was in 2013.

  • R A.

    Why would an aquarium have sloths? What up wit dat?
    BTW that photo is reminiscent of a liberal getting it’s share of freebies at the hands of the hard working, tax paying citizens.

    • Laura Brennan, an alias

      Shaddup, moron

      • R A.

        Are you a true liberal, or just an alias liberal?

        • Laura Brennan, an alias

          A true liberal.

          • R A.

            How terrible.
            Sorry for your plight.

          • Laura Brennan, an alias

            not as sorry as I am for you

          • Griefman

            Didn’t your teachers tell not to employ double negatives in a sentence?

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