Lola, the two-toed sloth, is one of the biggest attractions at the Wildlife Learning Center in Sylmar. For the price of $75, a group of 1-4 people can interact with Lola in her habitat.
Siberian lynxes, such as Boomer, are top predators in the Boreal Forest.
Don't be fooled by their adorable little faces--the squirrel monkeys are among the most volatile creatures at the Wildlife Learning Center.
The Wildlife Learning Center has a reptile room that exhibits various creatures such as snakes, tarantulas, lizards, and turtles.
The Wildlife Learning Center is home to many rescued pets, such as this American alligator. California has a ban on private ownership of exotic animals such as non-domesticated felines, wolves, bears, reptiles, and non-human primates.
The Wildlife Learning Center is home to several California desert tortoises who can live to 80 years old.
The scarlet macaw is native to Northern South American and Central South America. They display colorful red, yellow, and blue feathers.
UCLA alumnus and cofounder of Wildlife Learning Center David Rihero holds his office pet, a miniature owl.