The Sloths That Could Cure Cancer: Bio-Prospecting in Panama

The Sloths That Could Cure Cancer: Bio-Prospecting in Panama

16 thoughts on “The Sloths That Could Cure Cancer: Bio-Prospecting in Panama

  1. VICE News host Thomas Morton swings from the trees with an international team of scientists in Panama that's found a promising treatment for malaria — sloths.
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  2. Humanity is a virus you kill destroy with out mercy and once you realize what you have done there is nothing you can do

  3. I don't like Thomas Morton's foul mouth or his tendency to compare sloths to drug addicts (repeatedly) and even said it looked like a "retarded badger." He has no business being on camera. So unprofessional.

  4. 1. I hope this is not true because I dont want them to be the sloths to be murdured 😭😭😭. We are already killing there ecosystems. 😭. Im okay with dying if its means savings the sloaths from these big companies.
    2. While I somewhat liked the reporter I don't think he was the best choice.

  5. Thomas Morton needs to go from Viceland… this job would be perfect for someone with an open mind and someone who respects everything… really a retarded badger??

  6. this has to be one of the only wild animals you can just go running up to and grab without a problem of some sort. did you all see that Eskimo kiss he gave her!? awwwwwwww; so cute. i don't care how smelly and fungus filed they are, i would cuddle and totally try to gently enchant her with petting and back scratches.

    my aunt said that she saw one in the road one time (she's rich and goes around the world regularly). so she carried him over to the other side of the road where he was on his way to and when she put him back down, he looked up (from behind) at her face and did a cute little, "thank you," whimper/light growl. the he turned back towards his trek and continued on slowly. these little guys just melt my heart.

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