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2020/08/13 | Mongabay

Illegal Trade of Philippine Pangolins Is Surging, Report Shows

Illegal pangolin trade in the Philippines increased nine-fold in the last two years, with the authorities confiscating an estimated 6,894 pangolins between 2018 and 2019.

2020/08/10 | Sally Jensen

Covid-19 Casts New Light on Taiwan’s Pangolin Conservation

Pangolin conservation is all the more important during Covid-19 as the endangered species may offer researchers insights into new treatment strategies for the virus.

2019/09/25 | The Pangolin Reports

How Did Two Women Attempt to Smuggle Pangolin Scales via Hong Kong?

In Hong Kong, smuggling pangolin scales is a crime punishable with a fine of up to HK$10 million, or roughly US$1.3 million, and up to 10 years in prison.

2019/09/25 | The Pangolin Reports

Indonesia's Pangolin Trafficking Network Resembles Sophisticated Drug Trade

Indonesia's pangolin trafficking network is incredibly sophisticated and some of the transactions have been linked to convicted drug lord Togiman.

2019/09/25 | The Pangolin Reports

China's Medicinal Demands Drive Pangolins to Commercial Extinction

China’s pangolin population has dropped over 90 percent from the 1960s to 2004 due to massive poaching for its meat as a delicacy and its scales for medicinal use.

2019/09/25 | The Pangolin Reports

Taiwanese Researchers Collaborate With Locals In Pangolin Conservation

Criminal syndicates in Africa and Asia are working together — and competing — to meet the seemingly insatiable demand for pangolins in China and other markets. Here's a story of how poachers turned into conservationists in Taiwan.