It’s estimated that a pangolin is snatched from the wild every 5 seconds. Taken to be sold as luxury meat and, their scales sold to be used in traditional medicines.
Pangolins need their scales more than humans do. Help raise awareness of their plight: print this pangolin, give him/her scales, colour in, and, share on your social media with #WorldPangolinDay
Click on the image below for a printable pdf.
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Super easy to make pangolin bauble for your Christmas tree.
Print out the pdf onto paper or card. I printed onto paper, then stuck it onto some card packaging (a fish finger box!). Colour in and cut out the shapes.
Glue some card spaces onto the back of each shape, then glue the shapes on top of each other.
Click on the image below to open the pdf for printing:
Try these other Christmas pangolin crafts.
Pop-up Christmas card
Easy pangolin baubles
I’ve been doodling sheep for a friend who’s unwell; sheep are her favourite animals. Thought I’d share them here for anyone else who needs some therapeutic sheep colouring.
Click on the link or the images for a pdf with all four colouring pages: Sheep Colouring Pages
With one cut and a few simple folds, create a mini-picture book that tells the story of a pangolin rescued and cared for until it could be released back into the wild.
Originally created for the Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary in Liberia to help explain the work they do to children. Unfortunately, not every child in Liberia goes to school. Not only do they miss out on general education, they never learn about animals or nature conservation.
Click on this image to open the pdf that can be downloaded and printed:
(nb. select ‘actual size’ when printing to help when making the folds)
Follow the steps below to make your mini-picture book:
Follow the work of Libassa Wildlife Sanctuary on instagram and make a donation to support their vital work.
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