Sangha Pangolin Project

Central African Republic: Dzanga Sangha Protected Area

The Sangha Pangolin Project is situated within the Dzanga Sangha Protected Area. The region is home to three of the four species of Pangolins found in Africa. The project consists of a small veterinary clinic, laboratory and a pangolarium allowing basic animal diagnostic, care and a soft release program. Project funds also allowed the employment of Ba'aka trackers from local communities to assist in the research program.

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