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Pangolin rehabilitation and release update

Populations of the Sunda Pangolin, found in South East Asia, suffer severely at the hands of the illegal wildlife trade. Hunted for their meat and scales, reported confiscations of both live pangolins and tonnes upon tonnes of scales highlight the extent of the problem. The Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program (CPCP) has been rehabilitating live […]

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Health Checks and Radio Collars: Pangolins Get Ready for Release

Our Fellow Tran Quang Phuong is working as part of the Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Programme (CPCP) team in Vietnam to fully rehabilitate and release Sunda pangolins that have been confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade industry. In Vietnam, a veterinary team from the Wildlife Conservation Society has given seven specially selected pangolins a complete […]

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