Odd to look at. Reclusive. Nocturnal. Highly-endangered. Just some of the words you could use to describe the pangolin.
With their scaly plates used in the traditional medicines of southeast Asia, the pangolin has become the most poached and trafficked mammal on the planet.
Join a steadfast team of conservationists working hard to re-establish a population of locally-extinct Temminck’s ground pangolin at Phinda Private Game Reserve.
You’ll track tagged animals across the landscape using radio antennae. You’ll help input important data points. And you’ll get to see these bizarre but loveable animals up close.