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Neil Aldridge 17h
are rescued in sting operations by anti-poaching teams who also provide security for the work of , allowing for the safe return of these animals to the wild. Please help us get poached back into the wild. Visit
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ENACT Dec 9
2018 IN REVIEW | are the world's most trafficked animal, with trade increases of 150% annually |
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Redcap Goblin 📝🎨 Dec 9
Proving my point (ONCE AGAIN) that are actually/secretively
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Ships in the Night Theatre Dec 6
10 day klaxon for our crowdfunder! Can you help reach our target and take this show to audiences to raise awareness of the plight of ? We’re working with who are in the field trying to save this animal. Can you donate?
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SouthernDestinations Dec 8
So WHY are being poached at such a horrific rate? explains that in Vietnam & China 'pangolin meat is considered a delicacy & use their scales in traditional medicine. There’s even a dish called pangolin fetus soup, thought to enhance a man’s virility."
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Sharon Hoole 19h
All done will .. share .. ✒️
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Adeline Fischer Dec 4
in India are next...All 8 species were listed on Appendix I at the last conference. So, international trade is forbidden. Enforcement and penalty is needed now, as hunters make big money with the rare species! photo @ Adam Tusk
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Save Pangolins 9h
Look what’s on the logo for !
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SouthernDestinations Dec 7
"What do you mean it's not a ball?!" Location: Tswalu, The Motse > Whilst have their fair share of natural predators to contend with, they are nothing compared to the devastation humans continue to wreak on their species.
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Oxpeckers Center Dec 3
Dark battle to save : SA pioneers are inventing ways to save casualties of the world’s biggest wildlife crime
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Neil Aldridge Dec 8
I loved making this image happen - a vet at taking a rescued pangolin for a forage in her red Converse shoes. These vets may be normal people but they do extraordinary work. Help them help by making even the smallest donation at
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Julesrs007Ⓥ 🐾🐻🐴🐧🐝🐘 🐳🐮🐷 20h
Borneo Jungle Diaries: Episode Two - : Tagging a Warrior [UHD/4... via
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Research Matters 1h
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Koushik Das🇮🇳 Dec 5
Replying to @hiomhair @ginachron
What humanely! are most critically endangered red listed animal and highest illegally trafficked too... people should be punished without any hesitation
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Pensoft Dec 6
Unsettling footage by undercover researchers taken in Assam, India shows the sad and cruel fate of >1 million victims to illegal . News story by Associated study by
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Schkaia Dec 3
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ANIMAL JUSTICE NSW Dec 4
Replying to @CecilsJustice
more disgusting bogus quackery that is more cruelty for these shy ENDANGERED 😡
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Dr Marissa Parrott Dec 5
An amazing program and amazing win by tonight for her work with the awesome teams from Save Vietnam's Wildlife & ! The award from will help Leanne buy new vet equipment & conduct training to help save !
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IUCN PangolinSG Dec 7
Sunda are frequently found with 'white' scales on their tails, the reason for this characteristic is not (yet!) known.
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Neil Aldridge Dec 7
Rescued are weighed every day here at to monitor their condition ahead of returning them to the wild, but the rehab process can take weeks. The vets need all the help they can get. Please support them to save the pangolin at
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