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Pangolin Rehabilitation Center in Cambodia

Half of the world’s species of pangolins are found in Asia where they have been hunted heavily to very low numbers. The Sunda pangolin, Manis javanica, is the only species found in Cambodia and is now very rare due to hunting pressures to supply the international illegal market.

A new center for pangolins or scaly ant-eaters has been established in Cambodia.

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