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Whittaker96🇬🇧 May 15
what a waste for the . In high demand for their scales for traditional Asian medicine?? Can you think of a more pointless reason? Have a beer n a paracetamol n fuck off.
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Cole Mass Migration Jul 18
From poo to - did you know they don't have teeth? Instead their stomachs have keratin spines and they swallow stones to grind up the thousands of ants they eat every day!
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Holly Hawkins May 15
In love with Honeybun on ❤️ Maria is an amazing lady for helping to try save these beautiful animals from trafficking and extinction 👏
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Bacon Fingered Bap Tosser 🔞 May 15
Very important documentary on BBC2 tonight, at 8pm, on the plight of the pangolin, the most trafficked mammal in the world. Humans are driving these beautiful, gentle creatures to extinction. Really recommend watching.
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Alex Harper May 15
Does Asian traditional medicine know no bounds. Absolutely disgusting and pushing so many animals to extinction.
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Chris 🌸 May 15
Why does Asian medicine involve so much cruelty to animals? Not just but all manner of animals.
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Trish 🐝 ❤ 🐝 May 15
It's a bloody sin what's happening to the They've survived millions of years, and all it takes is the greed of humans to almost wipe them out! 😢
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CITES Apr 28
Vietnam: Customs at Ho Chi Minh City seized 3.8 tonnes of scales yesterday in 2 containers from Congo, largest seizure in the city are the most trafficked mammals in the world & int'l trade is banned by .
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Richard Woodward May 15
Immense respect & admiration for Maria Diekmann's magnificent work on saving the beautiful, remarkable, adorable We cannot allow them to be butchered to extinction.
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REST Jun 22
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BBC Two May 15
could go extinct before most people even know they exist... 💔
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Jeremy Taylor Jun 11
kill 70 million a year so they can put its fins in a soup. A scourge for destroying earths oceans just like people destroying earths ecosystem by killing off all of our planets 4 bile & giant salamanders
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Harry Lawrence May 15
Loving all the amazing tweets about - so glad these little guys are beginning to get the recognition the deserve!
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BBC Two May 15
"I think that the whole natural world is in danger" - Sir David Attenborough 😢
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Niamh Richardson May 15
I just love and they desperately need saving! It breaks my heart to see the devastation and murder of the species all for Asian medicine/delicacies. When will the countries involved wake up!?
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CITES Jul 1
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 May 15
Meet the giant rats that are helping to save endangered . We've teamed up with and their remarkable rodents to help sniff out pangolin trafficking
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Natalie Lawrence 14h
Delighted to have contributed to the project blog with my piece on classifying the in early modern Europe, after a fantastic conference a few weeks ago
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CITES Jul 4
Malaysia: former soldier arrested by Border Security Agency for trying to smuggle out 65 live Pangolins are the most trafficked mammals in the world & int'l trade in all 8 is now banned by .
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IUCN PangolinSG Jun 13
The Indian (Manis crassicaudata) typically spends the day time resting or sleeping in a burrow. Did you know it usually abandons the burrow after a few months and makes a new one close to its prey species?
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