Yesterday, @vietnamwildlifr just went through a two-hour operation to remove the remaining bones and fleshes of an injured pangolin. We had to cut nearly half of the limb to save his life.
The worst part? Just look at the eyes of this helpless, fragile animal. He was in pain and all he could do is to crawl into a ball which supposed to protect him from everything, every predator until human and our hunting traps appeared on Earth.
Is it fair? Is it nature order? We are not sure. We just know one thing: it is clearly suffering, unworthy suffering.
Meanwhile, our education team is working on the next project targeting kids elementary school with the aim to develop their love for not only pangolins but also all wildlife animals. Their parent generation may brought up too many hunters and traders. We want to educate this generation of lovers and healers. Credit: @vietnamwildlife