“Of course!” Was Christophe’s (with BBC NewsDay) response when I asked if he was interested in interviewing Moses regarding rescuing endangered pangolin.
Sadly the harmless little scaly anteater is the planet’s most endangered mammal! In some places it is eaten as a delicacy while in Asia its scales are the prize. Thousands of pangolin are poached from the bush. Fortunately there are people like Moses willing to intervene before the sale is made. He is successful in most cases and with the help of the Tikki Hywood Foundation, the Ugandan Wildlife Authorities and us here at Nikela, these rescued endangered pangolin are returned to the wilds.
In the interview Moses talks about why fellow Ugandans should join the cause to stop the poaching of the endangered pangolin. Moses also shares his recent most exciting moment during a pangolin rescue.
BBC NewsDay interview with Moses about Saving Endangered Pangolin
(Shared with permission)
Programme name: BBC Newsday ~ Presenter conducting the interview: Christophe Farah
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