Scoping Study for Pangolin Conservation in West Africa

Pangolins, the world’s only truly scaly mammals, have recently been thrust into the global limelight as representatives of the complex conservation issue of global wildlife trade and biodiversity conservation in the tropics. Recognized as the most heavily trafficked mammals in the world, the eight pangolin species are threatened by a unique combination of factors, including habitat loss and overexploitation for domestic and international consumption.

Scoping Study for Pangolin Conservation in West Africa
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Pangolins, the world’s only truly scaly mammals, have recently been thrust into the global limelight as representatives of the complex conservation issue of global wildlife trade and biodiversity conservation in the tropics. Recognized as the most heavily trafficked mammals in the world, the eight pangolin species are threatened by a unique combination of factors, including habitat loss and overexploitation for domestic and international consumption.





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