Rare Sunda Pangolin born at Wildlife Reserves Singapore! Learn more: http://www.zooborns.com/zooborns/2014/10/rare-sunda-pangolin-born-in-singapore.html

Rare Sunda Pangolin born at Wildlife Reserves Singapore! Learn more: http://www.zooborns.com/zooborns/2014/10/rare-sunda-pangolin-born-in-singapore.html

Watch: Tiny Sunda pangolin released after rescue from illegal trade | poaching | Earth Touch News

Watch: Tiny Sunda pangolin released after rescue from illegal trade | poaching | Earth Touch News

A pangolin also referred to as a scaly anteater or trenggiling is a mammal of the order Pholidota. The one extant family, Manidae, has one genus, Manis, which comprises eight species. A number of extinct species are known. A pangolin has large keratin scales covering its skin, and is the only known mammal with this adaptation. It is found naturally in tropical regions throughout Africa and Asia. The name, pangolin, comes from the Malay word, pengguling, meaning "something that rolls up".

A pangolin also referred to as a scaly anteater or trenggiling is a mammal of the order Pholidota. The one extant family, Manidae, has one genus, Manis, which comprises eight species. A number of extinct species are known. A pangolin has large keratin scales covering its skin, and is the only known mammal with this adaptation. It is found naturally in tropical regions throughout Africa and Asia. The name, pangolin, comes from the Malay word, pengguling, meaning "something that rolls up".

A sunda pangolin ( <em>Manis javanica</em> ). In 2014 the sunda pangolin was listed as critically endangered on the IUNC red list of endangered species.

Pangolins: the world's most illegally traded mammal – in pictures

A sunda pangolin ( <em>Manis javanica</em> ). In 2014 the sunda pangolin was listed as critically endangered on the IUNC red list of endangered species.

Sunda pangolin videos, photos and facts - Manis javanica | ARKive

Sunda pangolin videos, photos and facts - Manis javanica | ARKive

A pangolin (also referred to as a scaly anteater or trenggiling) is a mammal of the order Pholidota. The one extant family, Manidae, has one genus, Manis, which comprises eight species. A pangolin has large keratin scales covering its skin, and is the only known mammal with this adaptation. It is found naturally in tropical regions throughout Africa and Asia. The name, pangolin, comes from the Malay word, pengguling, meaning "something that rolls up".

A pangolin (also referred to as a scaly anteater or trenggiling) is a mammal of the order Pholidota. The one extant family, Manidae, has one genus, Manis, which comprises eight species. A pangolin has large keratin scales covering its skin, and is the only known mammal with this adaptation. It is found naturally in tropical regions throughout Africa and Asia. The name, pangolin, comes from the Malay word, pengguling, meaning "something that rolls up".

Sunda pangolin with her pangopup:  Manis javanica is critically endangered and is found in the forests of Southeast Asia. She has a conical heads and a sticky tongue for poking into termite and ant nests and but no teeth. Her baby is often called a 'pangopup'. by australiangeographic #Pangolin #Pangopup

Sunda pangolin with her pangopup: Manis javanica is critically endangered and is found in the forests of Southeast Asia. She has a conical heads and a sticky tongue for poking into termite and ant nests and but no teeth. Her baby is often called a 'pangopup'. by australiangeographic #Pangolin #Pangopup

<p>According to a Care2 petition, since 1990 the Conservation Law of Indonesia provides protection for the nation’s endangered species, including the critically endangered rhinos and the Sunda pangolin. </p>

Pangolins Are Near Extinction, Demand Harsher Punishment For Endangered Animal Traffickers

<p>According to a Care2 petition, since 1990 the Conservation Law of Indonesia provides protection for the nation’s endangered species, including the critically endangered rhinos and the Sunda pangolin. </p>

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

The Pangolin

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

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