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  • Madeline Gould

    Endangered Pangolin, makes me want to watch kid's nature videos

  • Sierra Rivers

    Endangered Pangolin - There are 8 species of pangolin 4 of them live in Africa and 4 live in Asia. The African species are the ground pangolin, tree pangolin, giant pangolin, and long-tailed pangolin. The Asian species are the Indian pangolin, Chinese pangolin, Malayan pangolin, and Philippine pangolin. strange creature, half snake, half cuddly

  • Linda Ralston

    Endangered Pangolin: Often called “scaly anteaters,” are covered in tough, overlapping scales. These burrowing mammals eat ants and termites using an extraordinarily long, sticky tongue, and are able to quickly roll themselves up into a tight ball when threatened. Poaching for illegal wildlife trade and habitat loss have made these incredible creatures one of the most endangered groups of mammals in the world. #endangered #species

  • Stephanie Yee

    http://shortbizz-artikel.blogspot.com/2012/08/gartenzaun-alles-uber-zaune-arten-und.html Endangered Pangolin. It's scales are like a pine cone.

  • Kari Jucksch Martin

    Endangered Pangolin.... what an amazing looking critter.

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