Along with other animals, the group rescues both orphan sloths and adults who have ventured too far into the human world and need to be relocated back into the wild.
"Sloths are the number one rescue in our program," PACA director Néstor Correa told National Geographic in a video interview last year. "Mainly because they're very slow."
With feedings every few hours, caring for orphaned sloths is no 9-to-5 job, but Correa doesn't do it alone. He and his wife, Yiscel Yángüez, run the center in Gamboa, Panama.