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Since we care for species protection, our frames bear the names of endangered species.
Pangolins are considered the most smuggled mammals in the world. Despite an international trade ban, authorities worldwide seized over 130 tons of pangolin scales in the last two years alone.
There are various pangolin species.
Their habitat includes a variety of landscape types, such as riverside and swamp forests, but also rainforests, open savannahs and scrublands, as well as mosaic vegetation areas.
Pangolins live in sub-Saharan Africa and in South, South-East Asia and southern East Asia.
The IUCN lists many of the pangolin species - they are specified as "Vulnerable", "Endangered" or even "Critically Endangered".
Varies according to species, with a decreasing trend in each case.