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  • In Willy Ley's article "A Pangolin is a Pangolin," he wrote, "The curator of a small college museum once produced some amusement for himself and his students in the following manner: He took a mounted specimen of a pangolin, removed the labels and put it all by itself in a display case in a prominent position.

    Fribugus model

  • The poll was conducted by an independent group called Pangolin

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Unu used a specialized penetration testing application called Pangolin, developed by a Chinese security firm to see inside the database.

    Softpedia News - Global

  • What brand of mustache wax do you use: During the rainy season in tropical Asia, an endangered animal called the Pangolin secretes a musky substance from beneath it's scales which is said to be as strong as superglue, yet as moldable as clay.

    Trashionista.net

  • The Elisabeth Frink Estate 'Soldier's Head' (1963) by Elisabeth Frink It hasn't been possible to recreate that exhibition, but Pangolin London has put together a superb tribute called "Exorcising the Fear: British Sculpture from the '50s and '60s" (until March 3).

    Spotting the State of Art

  • In this video, Leanne Clark of the Wildlife Conservation Society tells CNN that two particular species -- the Chinese Pangolin and the Sunda Pangolin -- could disappear within 5 to 10 years if no action is taken toward their conservation.

    'Scaly Anteater,' Pangolin, Being Hunted To Extinction In Asia (VIDEO)

  • As a participant in the Vietnamese Carnivore and Pangolin Programme, the Zoo also trains rangers in Cuc Phuong National Park in Vietnam and supports local education and research projects.

    ZooBorns

  • Pangolin (Manis pentadactyla), a second-class protected mammal, also ranges widely throughout the province.

    Jian Nan subtropical evergreen forests

  • Important mammal species such as the Malayan Pangolin Manis javanica, 28 species of bats, two species of endemic Borneo squirrels, the tufted ground squirrel, Rheithrosciurus macrotis, and the plain pigmy squirrel Exilisciurus exilis have been identified in the park.

    Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysia

  • The adult Pangolin has ho teeth, in consequence it cannot bite or eat hard food, and it has a long extensile tongue which can be protruded for a considerable distance through its small tube-like mouth.

    Archive 2008-06-01

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