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Two sharp-nosed Labradors from England are heading to Thailand to save critically-endangered pangolins from wildlife smugglers. The elusive, nocturnal pangolin – able to roll up into an armour-plated ball when threatened – is the most trafficked animal in the world. Known as “scaly anteaters,” these unique mammals disguised as reptiles are trafficked primarily for their …

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46 minutes ago, Karolyn said:

Many posts about wildlife recieve replies, but this one didn't. Maybe there is confusion about what a pangolin is 


Pangolins, sometimes known as scaly anteaters,

Pangolin - Wikipedia

Sadly, loved by the "scientific community" for experiments, aside from the retards that also believe all sorts of lies about the effects if you eat them broiled etc and run anti clockwise with them will give longevity or some such rot. 😂

Could use a few dozen of them locally as we have a red ant (the big buggas) infestation locally. 

Seriously these ones are at least 1" or 3 cm long and the bite is real bite, not just a casual brush off, nasty.

So far, no post bite infections.


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