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Sunda Pangolin

Peculiar little animals covered in protective scales, Sunda pangolins have long snouts and sticky tongues much like anteaters. These nocturnal, forest-dwelling mammals also have powerful claws for tearing open termite nests. Thanks to their voracious appetites for insects, they’re a critical part of maintaining the balance of their surrounding ecosystem. When threatened, they curl up in a ball like an armadillo, which protects them from predators. Unfortunately, this immobility makes it easier to be captured by humans.

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Southeast Asia


Less Than 1,000

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