Stories

Ground pangolin. Lawrence Weitz
  • Tales of the Pangolin Tail January 7, 2022

    Pangolins have long, armored tails that serve them in a variety of ways.

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  • So, are Pangolins a Reptile or a Type of Armadillo? December 28, 2021

    Until recently, pangolins were once thought to be part of the greater group of Xenarthra—insect-eaters found in the Americas, including anteaters, sloths, and armadillos.

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  • 8 Ways to Give Back to Pangolins November 15, 2021

    Every year, Giving Tuesday is a global movement that unleashes the impact of generosity, encouraging people to do good and change the world in a positive way. Generosity is something the PCF community is no stranger to—your constant commitment to pangolins inspires all of us at the PCF and WCN. This Giving Tuesday, we want to highlight all of the ways that you can give back.

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  • Gifts that Give Back to Wildlife November 12, 2021

    Spend this holiday season making your loved ones feel extra special while supporting conservation. This is a time to show our friends and family how much they mean to us—what better way than with gifts that give back to local communities and to wildlife?

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  • The Pangolin: An Insect Slurping Master October 26, 2021

    To us, a pangolin is a gentle critter with a curious collection of features. But for an ant or termite, a pangolin is a gigantic, plundering threat whose long snout and keen nose lead it right to them. A diet made up exclusively of ants and termites has led to some remarkable pangolin adaptations.

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  • Watch the Pangolin Crisis Fund's Wildlife Conservation Expo Talk October 8, 2021

    Watch the Pangolin Crisis Fund's amazing presentation on the work to protect pangolins throughout Africa and Asia. Araluen Schunmann, Director of the PCF, is joined by other dedicated conservationists to discuss the PCF's strategy to disrupt pangolin poaching networks, protect pangolins and their strongholds, and rehabilitate pangolins rescued from illegal wildlife traffickers.

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