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Pangolins are the most illegally trafficked mammals in
the world

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A pangolin is poached every 5 minutes. 
Sadly, they are highly sought after in illegal wildlife markets for their scales and meat, driven by demand in traditional medicine and as delicacies.

Eight pangolin species exist – four in Asia and four in Africa. They share similarities in appearance but differ subtly in scale, colour, shape, and adaptations for their habitats, including climbing aids like semi-prehensile tails.


ZSL (Zoological Society of London) is the global science-driven conservation charity working to restore wildlife in the UK and around the world.

To find out more about Pangolins 
and ZSL, visit their website:


To help the species, dodoland is donating 10% net sales profit of our Pangolin EUGY directly sold in New Zealand, Australia, and online, to ZSL.

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