A pangolin at the Sangha Lodge, in Djomo, in the Central African Republic. Photo: Sangha Lodge A pangolin at the Sangha Lodge, in Djomo, in the Central African Republic. Photo: Sangha Lodge
A pangolin at the Sangha Lodge, in Djomo, in the Central African Republic. Photo: Sangha Lodge

Tracking pangolins, the world’s most-trafficked animal, in the Central African Republic

  • In the Congo Basin, a conservation project is working with the local Pygmy people to save the scaly mammal
  • Sangha Lodge rehabilitates wildlife, including owls, genets and pangolins, brought in by Ba’Aka people

Topic |   Conservation
A pangolin at the Sangha Lodge, in Djomo, in the Central African Republic. Photo: Sangha Lodge A pangolin at the Sangha Lodge, in Djomo, in the Central African Republic. Photo: Sangha Lodge
A pangolin at the Sangha Lodge, in Djomo, in the Central African Republic. Photo: Sangha Lodge
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