Manis gigantea.,The giant pangolin, native to Africa, is the largest member of the order Philodontia (meaning "scaled animals"). Pangolins do not possess teeth but specialize in eating insects, particularly ants and termites. This nocturnal species has tough keratin scales covering much of its upper..
Manis javanica.,This species is native to the Indomalayan region of Southeast Asia. Pangolins are unique mammals covered in though keratin scales. This species is nocturnal and solitary, but has been observed in pairs during breeding. Pangolins possess an extremely long tongue used for feeding on an..
Phataginus tricuspis., is one of eight extant species of pangolins ("scaly anteaters"), and is native to equatorial Africa. Also known as the white-bellied pangolin or three-cusped pangolin, it is the most common of the African forest pangolins.
*Specifications: Class: Mammalia Order: Pholid..