Pangolins need you on their side.
Native to Cambodia’s forests and once prevalent across Africa and Asia, the “scaly anteaters” are among the most trafficked animals in the world.
Hunted for food and medicine, a live pangolin in Cambodia can fetch more than US $100 for its scales, meat and blood — an irresistible sum for the region’s poor inhabitants.
Time is running out for the pangolin — but you can help.
As a partner of the newly launched
United for Wildlife campaign — run by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry — Conservation International is raising awareness about the urgent threats to pangolins, as well as elephants, rhinos and big cats, and to recruit a global community of young people who want their voices heard.
We’re doing our part (check out the
pangolin rehab center CI is supporting in Cambodia).
Now’s YOUR chance to act. Whose side are you on?