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Says BBC, "Soon Pool became the go-to woman for sloths in Suriname. If the police, the zoo, or the Animal Protection Society hear about a sloth, they call her. On average, one or two sloths a week pass through her home before being released a few days later, unless they are hurt and need time to recover."
Pool keeps her rescued sloths in an enclosure in her backyard — at one point she was caring for 200 sloths.
"After a month we were close to 100, and at the end we got to 200," Pool told BBC. "On some days I had 50 animals at my house. We had 17 babies at one point, being fed with droppers by volunteers."
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