From Colombia to Germany, zoos around the world have seen some pretty unusual new additions lately. I've already introduced you to the pygmy marmoset  born at the Santa Fe Zoo in Colombia; now let's meet Camillo the sloth! Keep reading to find out more about Camillo and others like him.
Most sloths are the size of a small dog.
Although sloths spend a majority of their time in trees, they are surprisingly good swimmers!
Sloths are omnivorous, eating insects, small lizards, buds, tender shoots, and leaves. And, apparently, hard-boiled eggs!
Sloths are extremely slow moving, usually covering about 1.2 miles per hour — but even that uses up a ton of energy for them. Hence the big yawn from this little guy!
In the wild, sloths live mainly in tropical rainforests of Central and South America.