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Clouded Leopard by Colin Langford

Clouded Leopard by Colin Langford

Pangolin. Photo by Georg Steinmetz. Not a mobile pineapple, the pangolins are scaly mammals from Southeast Asia. They are toothless, have poor eyesight, eat insects, and their sole defense is emitting a bad odor while curling into a ball. The Pangolin is endangered due to use in traditional Chinese medicine. The animals are 30-40 pounds each and in just one year government agents confiscated 220,000 pounds of pangolin parts being exported.

Pangolin. Photo by Georg Steinmetz. Not a mobile pineapple, the pangolins are scaly mammals from Southeast Asia. They are toothless, have poor eyesight, eat insects, and their sole defense is emitting a bad odor while curling into a ball. The Pangolin is endangered due to use in traditional Chinese medicine. The animals are 30-40 pounds each and in just one year government agents confiscated 220,000 pounds of pangolin parts being exported.

Out of all the interesting creatures that share our planet, one of the most incredible is the chameleon...

Out of all the interesting creatures that share our planet, one of the most incredible is the chameleon...

SRI LANKA: Don’t Ride Elephants – Bath them instead! Elephant Transit Home (ETH) in Udawalawe is supported by the Born Free Foundation, & managed by the Department of Wildlife Conservation in Sri Lanka (5km west of Uda Walawe National Park). This park rehabs injured & orphaned elephants, and then releases them back to the wild. Riding elephants requires a brutal "breaking" process, which must not be rewarded. Riding them also leads to spine injuries, and occasional death to the rider!

SRI LANKA: Don’t Ride Elephants – Bath them instead! Elephant Transit Home (ETH) in Udawalawe is supported by the Born Free Foundation, & managed by the Department of Wildlife Conservation in Sri Lanka (5km west of Uda Walawe National Park). This park rehabs injured & orphaned elephants, and then releases them back to the wild. Riding elephants requires a brutal "breaking" process, which must not be rewarded. Riding them also leads to spine injuries, and occasional death to the rider!

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