CBCGDF: The Rescue Near the Natural Environment is More Effective, More Pilots are Expected to Carry Out | The Symposium to Change the Fate of Pangolin (IV)
2019/8/11 17:37:00 本站

In the discussion on the symposium on the rescue of pangolin held on the afternoon of August 2, 2019, China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation (CBCGDF) proposed the model of “close to natural environment rescue”. Close-nature environmental rescue can also be called rescue in the close-wild. Briefly speaking, it means that the rescue agency, under the conditions of semi-outer, combines the characteristics and needs of the assisted individuals in terms of diet, living habits, etc., combined with manual monitoring and ambulance measures to maximize the physiology of the ambulance individuals. A comprehensive relief approach to the natural living environment of characteristics and ecological habits. CBCGDF said at the meeting that the simple rescue of pangolin should be turned into a construction to strengthen the ambulance environment.


According to CBCGDF’s practice on the rescue of pangolins, it is difficult to rescue the surviving pangolins in an artificial environment. The specific reasons are not clear, and the rescue of the close-to-natural environment has a very obvious effect. Creating an environment that is close to nature is not difficult, and CBCGDF has already piloted it.


Referring to the rescuing rate for Pangolins, CBCGDF said that according to the study of the relief situation of pangolins implemented in Guangdong Province and Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the situation in which pangolins are shut down into cement is not a common occurrence. Therefore, if this is the reason, it means that the survival rate of the pangolins is low, which is unscientific and not in line with the actual situation.


There are indeed difficulties in artificial breeding of pangolins, and the reasons are not clear, but it is not difficult to create an approximate natural environment for their rescue and relief.

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By / Maggie