Living on an island off Panama, the pygmy three-toed sloth is much smaller than its central and South American relatives, weighing only four to seven kilograms. Sloths have symbiotic algae in their hair, which act as camouflage and reduce the chances of being hunted by carnivores.
Due to the narrow distribution, the pygmy sloth population is already relatively small, and there is no strict regulation on the island. The slow-moving sloth is often captured by humans and sold to zoos or people as pets. As a result, there are less than 80 pygmy sloths left on the island, which is in danger of extinction at any time.
IUCN level: Critical （CR）
- Tear off green clay behind the embroidered patch.
- Place the embroidered patch in the desired position. Apply a thin fabric on top to avoid heat damage.
- Set iron temperature up to 150℃, press firmly until the patch stick perfectly on your cloth.
- Turn your cloth to opposite side and repeat steps 2 and 3.
- Allow the embroidered patch to cool down.
＊Dot not use steam iron.
＊Do not iron the patch on following fabrics: polyester, silk, nylon, waterproof material, down.
＊Do not allow children to operate individually.
Size of Pygmy Three-toed Sloth embroidered patch ：6x5cm