Eye of the Pangolin: Documentary Trying to Save the Most Trafficked Mammals in the World (quite possibly one of the strangest and most unique
Chinese/Asians will hopefully pay a higher toll with Coronavirus because of their nonsensical potions to keep their limp dicks hard. Like where they tie tigers up in a cage, flip the cage and let them starve)
Pangolins are the most trafficked mammals in the world and are facing extinction. To draw attention to these scaly, anteater-like animals, a new wildlife documentary, Eye of the Pangolin, is attempting a unique way to inspire action and conservation: access. Partnering with the non-profit organization Pangolin.Africa, the documentary was made available on YouTube in May 2019. The intention is to reach communities wherever the internet is available, especially African communities, who live near the animal's habitats.
Pangolins are poached across Africa for their scales, which are used for traditional medicine and their meat, which is a delicacy in China. In April 2019, Singaporean customs officials conducted two separate seizures of 24 tonnes of pangolin scales, which equates to the death of 69,000 pangolins.