Pangolin (Latin scientific name: Manis), is the general name for pangolin family Pangolin genus, a total of 8 species. It is a long, narrow terrestrial mammal with scaly body, stubby limbs and a long, flat tail, slightly raised back side.
Pangolins live in subtropical deciduous forests. During the day they hid themselves in caves and plugged them with earth. Nocturnal foraging, nocturnal and nocturnal, curled up into a ball when the enemy. Pangolins are rare in the wild. Pangolins, a national class of protected animals, are prohibited from private hunting and eating.

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