Raising awareness &
Supporting Conservation

of the world’s most trafficked mammals


What is a pangolin?

Pangolins are insect-eating mammals that are covered in tough, overlapping scales. There are eight pangolin species living across Asia and Africa.



All eight species of pangolins are threatened with extinction. More than 1 million pangolins have been trafficked in the last decade. Their scales are used in traditional Asian medicines and their meat is considered a luxury food throughout Asia. Learn about our work to save them.

Sunda pangolin 2 credit Wildlife Reserves Singapore.jpg


Your donations support the most effective pangolin conservation projects in Africa and Asia. We have partnered with the Wildlife Conservation Network, a top-rated non-profit organization, which sends 100% of donations directly to Save Pangolins.

PANGOLIN: the story of the world’s most trafficked mammal

An award-winning documentary filmed across three countries with the help of reformed poachers and wildlife enforcement officers.

Photo credits: Nigel Dennis; Paul Hilton; Wildlife Reserve Singapore. Video by Coral and Oak.