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Cute Baby Sloths in Ecuador | Volunteering in the Amazon Jungle

We are now in Ecuador staying in the Amazon Jungle at an incredible wildlife sanctuary. We are spending a few days volunteering and caring for some amazing animals, many native to South America! Be ready for some cute baby sloths, colourful birds (including toucans), crazy monkeys and a rare encounter with a jungle dog!! One of the most special experiences so far on our South America trip!

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  1. this is so cool!!
    I'm planning a travel to south america in a couple of months and I've been watching your videos which are super helpful because I want to visit some of the place you've been
    any tips on How to find a place like this to voulnteer for about a week? :)

  2. Ah! I'm so glad you guys made it to the Ecuadorian Amazon, my favorite place ever!! It looks like you had an amazing time!!! My first time here was volunteering at a wild animal rehabilitation center and it will always be one of the coolest things I've ever done. Since moving here, I see so many animals in horrible conditions and it really highlights the importance of the work that places like this are doing.

  3. Thanks for the reminder of how amazing the Amazon jungle is! The sounds of the forest really bring me back to my trip to the Colombian section of the Amazon.
    I think I'll re-watch this video whenever we dip below -10C and/or get more than 5cm of snow. Seeing as I'm in Ottawa, Canada, it'll basically be on a continuous loop from Christmas until late-April.

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