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pangolin | Pangolin à courte queue Manis pentadactyla

pangolin | Pangolin à courte queue Manis pentadactyla

To protect itself, pangolins can roll up into a near-perfect ball, covering their faces and undersides, which aren't as tough as their keratin scales.

Pangolins: 13 facts about the world's most hunted animal

Giant Pangolin (Manis gigantea)

Giant Pangolin (Manis gigantea) - most illegally traded mammal, endangered :(

Pangolin b y Mrco Tonoli

Contrary to appearance this is not a misshaped fir cone but is rather a curled up Pangolin(not sure which species) photographed at Tswalu Kalahari Reserve, South Africa

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The four African pangolin species seen in context with the four Asian species. Family Manidae (Pangolins) - Plate Volume 2 of the Handbook of the Mammals of the World

PANGOLIN CURL | PALF ENFORCEMENT — Patternity

Pangolin curled up in the daytime to be ready for the night. Mammals covered in keratin scales

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Apparently this is something called a pangolin.it looks like a heavily armored armadillo/red panda.

White Wolf : Baby Pangolin photo bombs selfie by sticking out his ...

White Wolf: Baby Pangolin photo bombs selfie by sticking out his long, 10 inch tongue!

Pangolin, native to Africa, tongue 27 inches long for eating termites, no teeth, and a prehensile tail.

The Pangolin

The pangolin is one of the most unusual and fascinating mammals of Africa and Asia. The magnificent creatures have unique strengths and gifts, but because of unhappy superstition (and gustatory wh…

© Joel Sartore National Geographic Creative Pangolin. Many types of Pangolin are threatened or near threatened. They are hunted and eaten in parts of Africa, and are a popular type of bush meat. They are also in great demand in China because their meat is considered a delicacy and some Chinese believe pangolin scales have medicinal qualities. Pangolin are illegally trafficked for food and folk medicine. Hunting and deforestation has led to a large decrease in the numbers of…

On a deeply personal mission, Joel Sartore is photographing as many animals as he can—before some disappear.

Chinese are killing these adorable pangolins for its scales- now on endangered list.

Chinese are killing these adorable pangolins for its scales- now on endangered list. ~ What on Earth is wrong with the people of China that they have no reverance for nature at all?

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