The Sedna 4 Team travels to the Highlands of Costa Rica and through its lush forests to find the elusive jaguar. Due to loss of habitat and coexistence with humans, the jaguars space is becoming smaller and their protected spaces are not connected by migration corridors, rather in small scattered pockets throughout Central and South America. Because of this, jaguars have less prey and are often found preying on livestock. The team meets some of the conservationists working to help keep the jaguar population protected. Elsewhere in Panama, due to the heavy traffic that comes through the canal, a mysterious microscopic fungus has made its way into the rainforests and is killing off the frogs and other amphibians. With no cure for this epidemic, species are beginning to go extinct, so conservation has become imperative. The Sedna 4 team continues on in the Panama rainforest for a look at the 3 toed sloth on Barro Colorado Island. Residing in the canopy of the rainforest, researcher Bryson takes the team for an exclusive look into their habitat on this private research-only island, as well as the smaller remote island of Escudo, where the pygmy sloths live, and are up to 40% smaller than a typical 3 toed sloth.#RealWild #Documentary