International Journal of Zoology / 2014 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Behavioural Descriptions of Indian Pangolins (Manis crassicaudata) in Captivity

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(a) Resting in coiled posture, (b) resting in a straight posture, (c) laying on back, (d) climbing, (e) walking, (f) drinking, (g) feeding, (h) bathing, (i) digging, (j) bipedal stand, (k) secretive look, (l) head bend towards ventral surface in defence, (m) bipedal chase, (n) mounting, (o) copulation, (p) retreat, (q) baby pangolin suckling, (r) baby pangolin on her mother’s back, (s) pacing in “8” shape, and (t) pacing in “O” shape.
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