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  • n. Plural form of pangolin.


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  • Today the Taiwan Forestry Research Institute has a project to tag pangolins in order to track their movements and better understand the habits of this secretive mammal.

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  • Khairiah said the smuggling of exotic animals such as pangolins, clouded monitor lizards, owls, porcupines and pythons would usually rise at year-end.

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  • Almost 100 pangolins, which are highly prized for their meat and supposed medicinal properties, were seized by authorities the day before.

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  • Experts found 11 types of bushmeat including monkeys, large rats, crocodiles, small antelopes and pangolins, or anteaters.

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  • One raid on a restaurant in Guanghzou in 2008 turned up 118 pangolins, 60 kilograms of snakes, and 400 kilograms of toads.

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  • Crushed inside 200 cages on this 25-meter craft were 31 pangolins, 44 leatherback turtles, 2,720 monitor lizards, and 1,130 Brazilian turtles.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • If you can't find enough anteater cakes, it's OK to include aardvarks, pangolins, and echidnas.

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  • Or the lactose intolerants and their connections deep into history, back through monkeys and lemurs and pangolins and platypuses.

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  • In the book, "Another Look at Atlantis," Willy Ley has a marvelous article about pangolins.

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  • Biological essentialism treats tapirs and rabbits, pangolins and dromedaries, as though they were triangles, rhombuses, parabolas or dodecahedrons.



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