Wildlife Vet Online Live 25

Date and Time: Tuesday, 5th March 2024 at 6pm UTC

Topic: Pangolin Protection: Rehabilitating the most trafficked mammal in the world

Guest Speakers: Dr Peter Rogers and Dr Debbie English

With decades of experience, Dr Peter Rogers and Dr Debbie English are considered two of the most experienced wildlife veterinarians specialising in Pangolin rehabilitation in the world. They specialize in the rescue and veterinary care of the Temminck’s ground pangolin, plus the management and conservation of many other endangered species.

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23 responses to “Wildlife Vet Online Live 25”

  1. Jonathan Mann says:

    What are the most common ages of Temminck’s ground pangolins that require rehabilitation?

  2. Jonathan Mann says:

    How many Temminck’s ground pangolins have you helped rehabilitate?

  3. Jonathan Mann says:

    How did you get into rehabilitating Temminck’s ground pangolins?

  4. Jonathan Mann says:

    What is the longest rehabilitation time that you have had for a Temminck’s ground pangolin?

  5. Jonathan Mann says:

    What conditions would prevent you from rehabilitating a Temminck’s ground pangolin?

  6. Tanya says:

    When did you first notice this problem with Pangolin trafficking?

  7. Pre Vet Team says:

    Are rescues fewer or more frequent post COVID vs before COVID?

  8. Valentina says:

    How many Pangolins do you think are recued vs missed?

  9. Connor says:

    Does everyone work together in your area to help the problem?

  10. Tim says:

    What are the timeframes from Pangolin theft to rescue?

  11. William says:

    What first aid is done immediately on rescue – even before reaching your wildlife hospital?

  12. Cliff says:

    What are some of primary factors for success in rehab?

  13. Elizabeth says:

    What medicines are used in rehabilitation and are they expensive?

  14. Alasdair says:

    How much does rehab cost per pangolin on average?

  15. David says:

    What is the rehabilitation success rate?

  16. Richard says:

    How long does rehab take?

  17. Rachel says:

    When do you know they are ready for release?

  18. Rachel says:

    How do you know the same pangolin won’t get captured again?

  19. Olivia says:

    Have you ever rehabbed the same pangolin?

  20. Artiola says:

    What needs to be done for this to stop?

  21. Amy says:

    How can everyday people help?

  22. Karina Khatic says:

    What are some common challenges faced when rehabilitating Pangolins?

  23. Karina Khatic says:

    Do you encounter pregnant Pangolins? How does their rehabilitation differ from the others rescued?

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