Speaking of pangolin, this is a very special creature! They look shy and like to live alone. They have large, hard and evenly distributed overlapping scales. They look like walking “pinecones” and catch prey with their sticky tongue. But why is pangolin so special? You don’t necessarily know!
Pangolin is a burrowing animal. It often digs holes in the grass at the foot of the mountain or in the humid place of hilly miscellaneous shrubs. They feed on termites or ants, known as “ant suppression experts”. Therefore, whether living or eating, in order to survive, they must have the ability to dig and dig holes every day.