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WWF UK May 15
1 million pangolins have been killed in the last decade. We must end the illegal wildlife trade if we're to help save the world's most trafficekd mammal.
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Bella Lack 🌱 May 14
How ironic that the very armour supposed to protect them (their scales) is the thing that immerses them in perilous danger. (Even though it’s scientifically proven that their scales are devoid of medicinal properties.) We are causing to plummet towards extinction
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WWF UK May 15
Our ambassador Sir David Attenborough is back on our screens at 8pm, educating us about , the world's most trafficked mammal. Will you be watching?
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Polly May 15
What are we, a supposedly intelligent species doing? killing the oceans, being wiped out for palm oil and now killed for their scales. We really need to get a grip.
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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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BBC Wildlife May 15
Turn over to now for - The World's Most Wanted Animal
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LegalSteps May 15
Let’s hope that David Attenboroughs voice does for what it did for the marine plastic problem. What a woman Maria Diekmann is. Please spread the word- Pangolin scales have no more magical properties than your fingernails.
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BBC Earth May 14
"I think that the whole natural world is in danger." - Sir David Attenborough
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BBC Earth May 15
More than one million pangolins have been traded illegally since 2000
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Dave Cuff May 15
Watching about the plight of the Pangolins,amazing creatures. I’m sickened by the Asian herbal medicine market that persecute these wonderful creatures.. Shame on you,hang your head in shame...
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Brittany May 15
Humans are the worst things that have happened to this earth. We’re evil. 😢
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IUCN PangolinSG May 15
What did you all think of the documentary? Honeybun is a Cape pangolin, otherwise known as a Temminck's ground pangolin and is the only species found in southern Africa!
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BBC Earth May 11
The pangolin could go extinct before most people even know it exists
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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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BBC Wildlife May 15
Find out what happens to that have been saved from poachers. View our online gallery by :
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BBC Earth May 15
The demand for African pangolin scales has sky-rocketed
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BBC Earth May 15
One pangolin is taken from the wild every five minutes
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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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BBC Wildlife May 15
Did you know that the word ‘pangolin’ comes from the Malay word ‘penggulung’, which means ‘one that rolls up’? Find out more amazing pangolin facts: 📷 Nigel Dennis / Getty
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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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