In all honesty, I did make up this sloth speak right on the spot.
But,watch the results that it got.
Awe! Sloth kiss!
#Fire.The fire on the mountain#
What’s going on, Coyote Pack,
别来无恙 我是Coyote Pack
and welcome back to base camp.
New set day. Get excited.
So,well,I mean, it’s not exactly 101 BK,
our favorite restaurant in Columbus Ohio is it Mario?
Is that fake wood?
Mario, it’s a prop.
No,Those are wood stickers that we put on the drywall.
And these are lanterns.
We try so hard to build the set and you guys just give away the movie magic
That’s not fire on the mountain, guys.
That’s a fake flame in a lantern.
This is the first stage of our new base camp set.
We thought it would be really cool if we showed everybody the build out of this location.
Yeah.We’re just getting started.
And we could really use some more props.
– Right. – Okay.
– 对 – 好
– And stuff. – Maybe, like fan art?
-还有些素材 -或许 粉丝艺术？
Oh, that would be cool.
I like this.
We are going to be putting in some shelves
that are going to house some of the artifacts and trinkets that we found on location
but we have a lot of Coyote Pack members writing and saying
Where can we send fan mail and fan art?
“And fan,” I don’t know.
– No, no snakes. – No, Mario, no.
-不 不要蛇 -不 Mario 不要
– No snakes. – No live animals, please.
Snakes on a Plane did not work, .
trust me snakes in the mailbox also is not going to work.
But if you read in the video description of this video,
we’ll give you guys the address of where you can send fan mail,
and you never know.
Your art might end up on the walls of the base camp set.
That’d be cool. Maybe each base camp we can feature a new like a art.
酷 或许可以让每个营地都有自己的特色 像件艺术品
That’d be cool.
I know you guys are going to send tons of stuff
and not everything’s going to make it.
But the coolest stuff we’ll have little hanging ceremonies and stuff.
This is awesome.
I mean I like that.
That’s really good.
I also saw there was some comments
that people want us that people want us to actually to actutlly do some base camps or the real campsites
So you might able to show off some of your fire building skills.
I got some mad fire building skills
and summer is here which means campfire time is here,
which means it’s time to make some s’mores.
I think a base camp episode about making s’mores,
maybe in Montana this summer?
– Oh, sounds good. – Could be pretty cool.
-噢 听起来很不错 -会很酷的
Sounds pretty awesome.
Alright. I think it’s time to dive into the video.
Now we have shown you guys a sting episode
which you asked for, the Harvester Ant stings.
Then we did an epic bite episode with the giant alligator snapping turtle chomp
. But people have been asking for something cute.
– Okay. – Got anything cute, guys?
-好的 -伙计们 找点可爱的东西？
Uh, I can think of a couple things, but we have to narrow that down.
Okay, let’s pick something cute from Costa Rica.
Oh, we already did the ocelot on Base Camp.
I think I know Mario.
It’s got three or.Oh.
Is it really slow?
It is really slow.
Is it really cute?
It is super cute.
Can we say its name on three?
Let’s do it.
[Together] One, two, three.
一 二 三
B-rad The baby sloth.
Arguably,the cutest creature that has ever been featured
anywhere on any show in all of human history.
You know what’s interesting is actually the B-rad sloth
video is our most watched video of all time.
-Really? – By a mile.
– But not on YouTube? – No, no, no.
-不是在YouTube上的播放量吧 -不 不是
But if you include the Facebook views, the YouTube views,
and all the news and press views across the world,
this video has been viewed over a 100,000,000 times.
– Wow. – Yeah.
Pretty cool that that many people love sloths
as much as we do.
Now there is a whole system for how you rate cuteness,
so we’ll get into that in a second.
But if you are ready, let’s dive into this video
and take a look at how we made B-rad the baby sloth
the cutest and most famous sloth ever. Ready?
– Alright, ready? Here we go. – Let’s do it. – Sloth speed.
No, no, no, faster than that.
不 不 不 你快点
-They’re going to click off the video. -Okay.
What’s going on Coyote Pack?
Coyote Pack 发生了什么？
[Mario] I don’t know, what’s going on?
And we’re in Costa Rica filming episodes in a location called Kids —
我们正在录影 在哥斯达黎加一个叫 孩子……
Yes. Kids Saving the Rainforest. Love these guys.
是的 孩子拯救雨林 真爱这些家伙
It is actually kids saving the rainforest.
[Mark] Hi Jennifer, Hi,Chip.
嗨 Jennifer 嗨 Chip
[Mario] There he is.
[Coyote] Oh man, I forgot how tiny he was.
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls,
say hello to B-rad.
Yes,there he is! Cuteness overload.
是的 他在这！ 可爱炸了
I think that was where we actually got the thumbnail.
Oh, eating a leaf.
Yes, selfie with a sloth.
Who doesn’t want one of those,right?
And the island location animation begins. Man,
I am so excited to be revisiting B-rad.
Costa Rica, here we go.
Oh buddy, there he is.
噢 伙计 它在那
Now B-rad is a baby three–
[Mario] So tiny.
[Coyote] Obviously, he’s a baby. Oh,
显然 它是个宝宝 噢
What’s really interesting about these creatures is they’re called three sloths,
but actually the front feet are — I
never realized, back it just a tiny bit there.
I never realized the scientific name was Bradypus.
That’s kind of weird isn’t it?
– Or is it Brad a pus?
– Is it Brad a pus?
I don’t know.
Well let’s talk about sloths and their toes for a second,
because B-rad is a baby three-toed sloth.
– [Mark] There we go. There’s a good shot of him.
– But there are other toed sloths too, right?
You know, it’s not that simple,between three toes and two-toed sloths.
– Sounds simple enough.
Three or two.
– Sure. – I can count.
– What if I were to tell you that they all have three toes?
– [Mark] What?
– You’re pulling my toe.
– No sir. So,
in fact, the difference lies in the forelimbs, right?
事实上 不同在于前肢 对吗？
So we would call these fingers?
– I call these hands.
– I see which way you’re going.
So the feet have three.
The feet have three and the difference lies
in their claws or in their fingers.
– But there are other differences too?
But in terms of their namesake,
it maybe should be called three fingered sloth?
– Or two fingered sloths?
– Or two fingered sloths.
– Right,’cause technically these are fingers not toes,
and they all have three toes,
but only the three toed have three fingers and the two toed have two fingers,
so it should be two fingered and three fingered sloth.
– You should write a paper about this and then rewrite science.
– I’m confused.
Let’s go back to B-rad.
– Yeah, B-rad’s just super cute.
Let’s get back into this.
– Have three claws to help them climb around – Oh buddy.
-三只爪子能够帮它们到处爬 -噢 伙计
Now this is actually B-rad hanging out on a stuffed animal plushed sloth.
It’s a baby sloth, a real sloth,
on a cute fake sloth.
That’s like the universe would implode from all–
– [Mark] All kinds of slothness.
– [Mario] Now there’s a reason why B-rad is on that sloth right?
-这就是B-rad会在玩具树懒上的原因 对吧？ -是的
– So that’s kind of like it’s nursery mom
in a sense, because B-rad is a rescue.
And in the wild, they will ride on top
of the mom, so that’s for B-rad’s security
to make it feel comfortable.
– That’s sadly B-rad lost his mom,
and that’s why he’s at Kids Saving the Rainforest
那就是为什么它会待在 孩子拯救雨林 里
or I should say was.
B-rad has been released back into the wild at this point,
but yes, it’s very important for him to still feel like he has that nurturing mother with him.
– And you’ll notice too, you never remove B-rad from his nurture sloth.
– You kept him on there,
very important that we don’t removed these sloths from their comfort zone.
– Yep. – Exactly.
It’s actually pretty rare to be able to do something like that.
You can’t just go to Costa Rica and hold a sloth like B-rad.
It’s pretty rare that–
– [Coyote] Oh wait. Pause,
pause, with the tongue.
Look at this.
– Let me see if I can get.
– Yes. – Yeah.
– Look at that face.
Now so we understand the ranking of cuteness, I gotta break this down.
– Is this official?
– This is an official breakdown.
– I have a good friend that came up with a way to rank cuteness based on the button scale, right.
– Button scale?
– Buttons of cuteness are what rank things as being cute.
So one a scale of one to 10,
so let’s say a baby snapping turtle is three buttons of cuteness right.
Still a lot of scales and claws and buggy eyes,
but it’s pretty cute for a baby.
Then you have a Golden Retriever puppy, maybe seven buttons of cuteness.
B-rad ranks at 11 buttons of cuteness.
– Off the scales.
That’s how cute he is.
– Off the scales. – Well,I see Mario has some buttons on his vest.
Where does he rank on the scale? – Oh yeah man. One, two, three, four, five,
-他可爱值有多少呢？ -哦伙计 一 二 三 四 五
– [Mark] Since we’re talking about buttons.
– It does not matter how many buttons Mario ever manages to collect.
You could be Benjamin Button for all I care – What?
– But you can never have enough buttons to out cute B-rad.
– In all fairness, that’s fine.
He is way cuter than me.
– But your beard kinda has some similar look to its coat.
– Yeah. – What if I–
– [Mark] Maybe you’re related.
– What if I just move really slowly.
– I feel like you could probably spend the rest of your life as a sloth,
but we need you as a wildlife biologist right now,
and help us analyze this video, so
let’s get back to human speed and keep watching.
I miss him.
Raccoon looking mask on the face
and — Helooks like, because he’s so young,
he’s just exploring his environment.
He’s like,”Where am I?
Who are these people in these cameras?
I am B-rad the baby sloth”
– [Mario] Sloths are so unique because of the way they move.
You almost have to rub your eyes to make sure it was real.
– [Coyote] Yeah.
– [Mark] When we were there, I just remember being in awe like
this can’t be alive.
– [Coyote] Well,he’s like a puppet or an animatronic.
I mean the late great Jim Hensen probably took so
much inspiration from this sloth in creating
creatures for his muppet movie.
– [Mario] Absolutely.
– [Mark] But their mannerisms are so human like too.
Look at the way like scratch, scratch, right there.
You can really relate to sloths because of that.
– [Coyote] Right.
– [Mark] Checking things out.
– [Coyote] I don’t know, I’m not that itchy.
Do you have an itchy problem that we don’t know about?
– [Mark] You never have an itch?
– [Coyote] No, never, never.
– [Mark] What’s that?
– [Coyote] That’s sloth speak right there.
– [Mario] Are you communicating?
– [Mark] Yeah.Hold on, let’s hear it again, I think you do it one more time.(sloth squeaks)
对 等一下 再听一遍 我想你又做了一次
– [Coyote] Yeah, there you go.
– I don’t think I ever– – Can you translate that?
– 我认为我从来不…… – 你能翻译下吗？
What were you talking about?
– You’re not just born with that skill guys.
I’m telling you, this is something that literally takes years of practice.
Bear with me for a second, ready?
– What are you saying?
– Well what you have to do is actually spend years in the rainforest,
which I did in preparation for this video
– I knew that at one point in time
I might have the opportunity to work with and speak with
the cutest baby sloth in the world, so I
just spent months in the Costa Rican rainforest
living amongst the animals,
absorbing the environment and learning how to
speak their language.
– Literally none of that is true.
– Yeah, well that’s open for interpretation.
Depending on whether or not you believe my elaborate stories,
but no in all honestly,
I did make up this sloth speak right on spot,
but watch the results that it got.
– [All] Awe.
– [Mark] Sloth kiss.
– [Coyote] Sloth kiss, mid-take.
That’s when you don’t cut the cameras guys.
– [Mark] Now Mario, what kind of leaf is that?
Is that a tree star?
– [Mario] No. That’s a Cecropia leaf.
– [Mark] Really,’cause it kind of looks like a tree star from The Land Before Time.
– [Coyote] Yeah. I definitely think that Littlefoot and Petrie were eating up on these leaves.
– [Mario] Sure, but it’s also actually B-rad’s favorite food item.
Sloth’s love the Cecropia plant.
– Other than nipple milk.
Mama sloth nipple milk.
– Yeah. – Cause he’s in the process of weaning, right,
from milk to leaves.
– Is that a real thing?
– Yeah, nipple milk.
Well there’s milk that comes out of a bottle or milk that comes out of the nipple of a mother sloth.
– I just don’t know how to respond to that.
– It’s just science guys,
but he’s in the transition period of eating leaves which is important.
(laughing) Gotta wean. What,
you gotta wean off of the sloth nipple at some point right?
– Let’s get back to the leaves.
– Oh look at that leaf.
Is he even eating it?
I think he’s just crumpling it up.
– I don’t know, Mario you tell me,
我不知道 Mario 你告诉我
do the sloth, do they have teeth at this point?
‘Cause it doesn’t really look like there’s any teeth marks.
– No, he was barely, he was kind of munching it up.
是的 他还没牙 他在咀嚼
So Coyote’s right.
You know, B-rad is in that weaning stage, so it’s
still actually taking milk as well,
but eventually when, (laughs).
– There is a method to my madness.
It’s fair, it’s a fair statement. But,
yeah, that’s good to note that sloths,
once their teeth do grow in,
they’re blunt, they’re rounded.
It’s not like dog teeth or ocelot teeth.
They grind their food up.
– Yeah, kind of pig-like.
– They’re herbivores right, so herbivores don’t require canines,
so B-rad was definitely taking its time to eat that leaf,
just slowly munching it up.
– [Mark] We actually had to cut this way down.
I think it took almost an hour for that–
– [Coyote] Oh, what are you doing Coyote?
You don’t touch his little nubbin.
– [Mark] A what?
– That’s his nubbin, that’s his tail nubbin.
– A tail nubbin?
– Yeah back up to that shot.
– Oh get it back a little bit further.
Oh there it is.
Oh buddy. – Oh there you go.
– That’s his tail. I don’t want anybody to think it’s anything else.
It’s technically called, and this is the scientific term,
a tail nubbin.
– Sure. –
Which if you really want to break it down on a sloth that’s 11 buttons of cuteness,
this may push 15 buttons of cuteness.
The tail nubbin of a baby sloth.
But has a purpose doesn’t it?
– Sure, it may be cute,
but everything in nature has a function.
– And that little nub actually helps that animal poop.
– Whoa, I didn’t expect you to say that.
– Alright, so once a week, sloth will actually climb down the tree,
好啦 每周一次 树獭会爬下树
find a little spot on the floor, on the forest floor,
and use that little nub to dig a hole in the soil
and then they deposit their poop.
– So you’re telling me
that the tail nubbin is also a turd trowel.
– Sure, if you want to call it that.
– What? – A turd trowel.
– 什么？ – 粪铲
– Man, you’re just on a roll today. – Something that you use to dig up a hole
-伙计 你运气真好 -可以用些工具来挖洞
and put a turd in.
– Sure. – So you tell me the tail nubbin double functions as a turd trowel.
Does he bury the turd back up afterwards
like a good camper?
– Possibly, yeah.
– Well you know that when you’re out camping,
if you’re going to poop in the woods, guys,
you always bury the turd.
You don’t just poop and then leave it there.
– All right.
Let’s get back to the video.
– Well we’re learning here.
It’s all science.
It’s so cute though.
– [Mark] Did you wash your hands after touching
the turd trowel?
– [Coyote] No, I was eating trail mix after this.
I didn’t know he was using it to dig a poop hole.
Eats leaves and waits another seven days before it makes its next number two.
That was a pretty smart line there.
Before it makes its next number two.
It says,”Don’t bug me. “I’m eating my salad.”
He kind of reminds me a little of Oscar the Grouch, from Sesame Street.
Now he wasn’t grouchy,
but just like his look, the shape of his face.
– [Mark] Oh, gotta itch.
– Well what’s cool about that, and that’s it’s probably scientifically accurate, is
that sloths oftentimes have a lot of little micro-organisms and buggy-type creatures living in their fur.
– [Mario] Yeah, that’s correct. They have almost like a symbiosis between like moths and all types of algae that actually cling to their fur.
– You can meet Mark.
We could all be buddies.
See I’m trying to coax him to come home with us.
But I don’t think you ever want to put a sloth in your overnight bag.
– [Mark] Oh no. Yeah,
they don’t like that.
– No smuggling sloths guys.
And it is sad that sometimes these babies
fall out of the tree and–
– [Mark] These are definitely not good pets, just so we’re clear too. – [Coyote] No.
-我们很清楚 树懒绝不是好宠物 -嗯 不是
– [Mark] Sloth are not captive species.
– [Coyote] We cannot stress that enough.
The professionals working with Kids Saving the Rainforest work so incredibly hard
and tirelessly for hours.
These sloths are in such a regimented schedule when it comes to their food and the care that need and it’s
sloth does not make a good pet.
– [Mark] I think the sloth mother when they’re this age have to almost be with them 24 hours.
– [Mario] Yep. – [Mark] And to sleep in the same room as they do.
Living the sloth life. Yeah,
living the sloth life, buddy.
耶 过树懒的生活 伙计
There’s that cute tongue again.
B-rad, the adorable three-toed sloth.
I’m Coyote Peterson.
Be brave and–
– [Mark] I don’t know. if I’ve ever been more distracted watching one of these videos.
– [Coyote] I know, it’s tough to not focus
on how cute he is.
We’re trying to give you guys good narration as to what was happening with filming this,
but it really wasn’t a difficult, oh, the sloth yawn.
但这并不难…… 噢！ 树懒在打哈欠
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any cuter, he yawns.
– [Mark] Oh and then you have double trouble.
– [Coyote] Oh boy, those two.
-两个小麻烦 -噢 这两小只
Working at Alturas Wildlife Santuary with the two-toed or two-fingered and three-fingered,
在阿尔图拉斯野生动物保护区中与两趾的 或者两指 三指树懒一起工作
however you want to describe it, sloths that was pretty cool too.
– Looking back on that, you know,
I know when we filmed it we were in awe.
But now seeing it again, I mean, how rare
is something like that?
It’s like a once in a lifetime experience.
– And what’ really neat,
is that B-rad right now is probably out in the wild,
hanging out on the tree, munching on some plants.
– Yeah. – Yeah.
– 是的 – 是的
– And that’s one of the really cool success stories that we experiences at Kids Saving the Rainforest,
an animal that was rehabilitated and then released back into its natural environment.
Which is super cool.
– All thanks to Kids Saving the Rainforest.
I also heard through the grapevine
that we’ve actually had some Coyote Pack members volunteer at Kids Saving the Rainforest
because of this video.
加入了 孩子拯救雨林 志愿者
– Oh nice.
– Cool. – That’s awesome.
– So that means, they can go and volunteer there right now?
– Oh yeah, they’re still accepting volunteers year round.
We’ll put a link in the description, so if anyone
out there is interested in visiting Costa Rica
and giving a helping hand to some baby sloths–
– Yeah. – Check them out.
– Totally, and remember guys, it’s not just volunteering
最后 朋友们请记住 不只是做志愿者
that helps these animals.
There’s also the opportunity to make a donation
to help the people that are helping these animals So again,
there will be a link in the video description
and you guys can get involved and help more sloths
and skunks and tanmanduas, and all the animals of the rainforest.
– Yeah, every little bit helps for sure.
– Yeah. – Awesome.
– All right guys, I think that about does it for this video.
Stay tuned for more Base Camp episodes coming
and more epic adventures out in the wilderness,
including a Dragon Tails episode where I really take, Oop,
I don’t want to show you too much yet,
a super bad snapping turtle bite.
I’m Coyote Peterson.
– I’m Mark Vins.
– And Mario Aldecoa.
– Be brave–
– [Both] Stay wild.
– We’ll see you on the next Base Camp adventure.
I have some exciting news.
I am proud to announce that the crew and I are headed back to
on tour with Brave Wilderness Live.
Our next shows take place in the Midwest.
Tickets can be purchased at the Brave Wilderness website,
and these shows are certain to sell out,
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and the crew on our next big adventure.
I wanna hear you say,”Be brave!”
– [Crowd] Be brave!
In all honesty, I did make up this sloth speak right on the spot.