Researchers have confirmed seven cases of pangolin trafficking in South Sudan, with much higher numbers likely.
High demand for pangolin scales and meat in Asian markets has brought pangolin species in Asia — and now in Africa as well — to the brink of extinction.
Stronger wildlife monitoring and trafficking enforcement are essential in an African country filled with invaluable species and political conflict
Illegal poaching and trade of the world’s most trafficked mammal — the pangolin — has been confirmed in South Sudan. Wildlife officials intercepted seven cases of this animal or its parts being transported for sale,
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