Friday a new exhibit featuring two Hoffman's two-toed sloths will be opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park.
Teddy and Grizzly will be the stars of the show as the pair – a male and a female – are released into their rainforest habitat.
Sloths are built for life in treetops, according to National Geographic, spending nearly all of their time aloft. They hang from branches with a powerful grip.
They mate and give birth while hanging in the trees, and young two-toed sloths are often seen clinging to their mothers.
Known as one of the world’s slowest mammals, they are so sedentary that algae can grow on their coats.
Hoffman's two-toed sloths are native to South America, according to AnimalDiversity.org.