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Friends of the Pangolins 32m
Did you know that are the most heavily trafficked mammals in the world? Since January 2017, all commercial trade in pangolins is banned. Help by saying no to pangolin meat and scales!
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The Wildlife Report Sep 16
We bumped into poachers in the jungle (2 shirtless guys). They’d been hunting muntjac with the dogs. They don’t always just hunt for food & people from nearby villages also kill and
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Nirmal Ghosh 14h
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PC Claire Dinsdale 20h
8 tonnes. There will be no left. Good work happening but wild populations targeted for scales & meat.
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Rosemary Hitchens 23h
: Watch how is fighting to help - the most trafficked mammal in the world. via
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Cassidy(Karin)Taylor Sep 24
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Chrissy Sep 24
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Cassidy(Karin)Taylor Sep 23
I’ve only just recently discovered Pangolins and find them fascinating, whatever I find fascinating I often try to draw, it’s just my way of expressing affection and admiration.
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Biodiversityloss Sep 23
We can help efforts to save by giving MONEY towards work investigating the illegal trafficking trade, gathering hard evidence on pangolin smuggling from Africa to Asia & within Asia. Criminal networks profiting from the trade must be disrupted
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Biodiversityloss Sep 23
It’s estimated that a million have been lost to this trade in the last 10 years. If poaching continues at its current appalling rate, another 10 years might see pangolins wiped out altogether. We must act now to save them – before it’s too late.
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Biodiversityloss Sep 23
are the most trafficked animal. They are mostly nocturnal, shy, solitary creatures, not often seen in the wild. They’re also not very well known outside their native countries, so need help to spread the word & raise awareness about the plight of these amazing animals
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Gina Sep 23
Meet , the adorable baby . Sandshrew was after his mother was slaughtered. We need to other from this HORRIFIC fate. Please Help Animal Trafficking and from Extinction!
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IUCN PangolinSG Sep 23
How heavy is a ? It varies a lot by species, ranging from the 2kg White-bellied pangolin to the 35kg Giant ground pangolin!
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Masta P Sep 22
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Lynne O'Donnell Sep 22
Time to call out for wiping out the world’s wildlife. Urgently.
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Environmental Investigation Agency Sep 21
Can the power of cultural help give more than the ghost of a chance?
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Pipisin Pangolin Sep 21
Can you believe it? Last Saturday I was at the British Embassy in Beijing with my friends from WWF China. We had a great day raising awareness of and the illegal wildlife trade.
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Alex Posternak Sep 20
We need to do it for all wildlife, in general, , , , , , , , , , etc etc., This needs to be known by all people, you must involve celebrities, politititians, governants, , , billionaires
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🅃🄸🄵🄵 Sep 20
Interesting. This article mentions roadkill prevention in addition to curbing illegal trafficking. It makes sense that crossing roads would be a concern but it was outshadowed for me by the ridiculous amount of poached. Anyone know if there’s data on car collisions?
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IUCN PangolinSG Sep 20
Look at that tongue! have extraordinarily long tongues. In fact, their tongue and associated muscles are longer than their body!
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