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.
Click here for more pangolin crafts and colouring pages.
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
Saturday 12 May 2018 is World Binturong Day. Commonly known as bearcats, binturongs aren’t bears or cats. They are are large civets from south-east Asia that smell like buttered popcorn.
World Binturong Day is organised by ABConservation – the one and only association in the world that is entirely dedicated to the study and protection of binturongs. Find out more about their website and like them on Facebook.
Colour a binturong
Click on the image below for a printable pdf:
Can you spot Pipisin Pangolin hiding in the Easter eggs? (click on the image to print out and colour).