“Always Sleep” and “Last Night” Suffered Running Nose | The Pangolins Rescue in Guangdong Province

During the May Day holiday, the low temperature in Guangzhou and the temperature in cages was not raised. Three pangolins had runny noses. Sophia, the “Pangolin Girl” of the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF), raised the temperature according to the previous operation method, but it’s ineffective for repeatedly asked the staff to help monitor it. The temperature lasted about 24 degrees for three days. Finally, it was found that the master switch was not on.


The smallest pangolin “no move” was the last one to find it also had a running nose, and it was also infected by “always sleep”. The previous requirement of “one pangolin, one cage” was not met.


It’s strange to see the sleeping position of “last night” in the surveillance. When I went in, I looked at a runny nose of “last night”. When I was checking the tail of “no move”, “always sleep” came with a runny nose. When I watch it to drinks water, I feel a bit sad.

(Photo credit: CBCGDF)

Original Chinese article:


By / Li Xue





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