After all, why pangolin is the most trafficking creature in the world?

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According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), pangolin alone accounts for 20 percent of the worldwide wildlife trafficking. It is an animal that is being smuggled most all over the world. This animal is in high demand, especially in China. Because traditional medicines are being made from its skin and flesh.


Snakes, lizard-like pangolins fall into the category of mammalian organisms. This organism has been smuggled worldwide for decades. Medicines made from this organism are sold at very expensive prices. The situation has become such that pangolins have now reached the category of extinct organisms.


Let us tell you that the pangolin is a creature of shy nature, which has been found on earth for about 60 million years. These creatures live by eating ants. The flesh of these creatures with hard and golden-brown scales on the body is also eaten with great passion. A kilo of pangolin meat costs around Rs 27,000. Pangolins are not sold in the wet market with other low-cost organisms, but only expensive restaurants sell or cook them.


At the same time, the second-largest use of this organism is in making traditional Chinese medicine. Different drugs are made from the flesh of pangolin, then different scales are made from its scales. Every medicine is used for a different disease. Pangolin scales, the drugs made from the upper hard layer of the body, look like chocolate bars but are quite hard. It is dissolved in hot water or alcohol and drunk.

At the same time, the second-largest use of this organism is in making traditional Chinese medicine. Different drugs are made from the flesh of pangolin, then different scales are made from its scales. Every medicine is used for a different disease. Pangolin scales, the drugs made from the upper hard layer of the body, look like chocolate bars but are quite hard. It is dissolved in hot water or alcohol and drunk.