Save The Endangered Pangolin

By Lars Dailey

Why is the Pangolin endagered?

It endangered is because people hunt it for the meat and the skin. They use the skin for armor and expensive clothes, eat the meat as a delicacy. They also have predators like the tiger and lion.

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More facts about the pangolin.

They live in Southern Africa. They are 3 - 6 feet long from head to tail. They use their claws to break open anthills and termite mounds. They are herbivores. With the scales it may look like a reptile but it is a mammal.