Women in Zambia come together to crochet these pangolins, generating both vital income for their communities…
and global awareness for endangered species. Each pangolin is unique and varies in color depending on the yarn used by the crafter. Pangolins are solitary, nocturnal mammals with a full armor of scales. There are eight species, four in Africa and four in Asia, ranging in classification from vulnerable to critically endangered. A startled pangolin hides its head behind its front legs. If attacked, it will roll into a ball, exposing sharp scales on its tail for protection. Increasingly, pangolins are victims of wildlife crime for their meat and scales.
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