Central and Eastern parts of Canada and the United States
Roll with it. When a predator threatens, Temminck's ground pangolin simply rolls into a ball and counts on its sharp scales for protection. The shy and solitary insectivore's own favored pray are ants and termites, which it snatches up with its long tongue. But in searching for the next meal, it all too often has a fatal encounter with an electrified fence or runs afoul of poachers. No armor can prevent the pangolin from being captured and sold for the traditional medicine trade, which uses virtually every body part.
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