Found clinging onto her dead mother, this tiny baby pangolin was named Stardust by her rescuers from ACRES for how lost and lonely she looked. Pangolin babies orphaned at such a young age – Stardust was estimated to be only 2 months of age when discovered – don’t often survive as they’re still dependent on their mother’s milk. In hopes of saving her life, though her mother was gone, her rescuers brought Stardust to our animal hospital.
Using VHF And GPS tracking devices, this study aimed to further the understanding of movement, home range and habitat selection of Sunda pangolins in Singapore.
This project aimed to evaluate if a trained dog team (trainer and dog) could provide an efficient tool for Environmental Impact Assessments of elusive species such as pangolins.