The Zoo of Wales has created a nursing home for sloths, writes the news portal RIA. The first pensioners were a couple of animals, a female aged 34 years old and a male 24 years old. Creating a separate cage for elderly sloths is determined by the need to separate the young individuals, so that they feel more comfortable and actively reproduce. At the same time, a health maintenance complex has been formed for old people. They brew food for better absorption, give cod liver for healthy joints, as well as other additives. Despite this, animals that in captivity can live up to 50 years of age become terribly grumpy and hard to get along with each other. Therefore, visitors to the zoo will be able to observe the slow and measured squabbles of retirement-age sloths.