- 06 October 2016: International trade ban for world’s most heavily trafficked wild mammal. The world agreeing to crack down on pangolin poaching is possibly the most celebrated success story to come from the global wildlife summit, CITES CoP.
- 03 October 2016: Pangolin protectors at the IUCN World Conservation Congress. Conservation fellows from ZSL received awards for their work to save the pangolin.
- 1 September 2016: Pangolin prosecutions are a huge triumph for wildlife. Poachers sentenced to jail and ordered to pay fines after successful anti-poaching patrol and law enforcement collaboration in Cameroon.
- 11 August 2016: Baby pangolin gets a piggyback. Our team in Khlong Nakha Wildlife Sanctuary (KNWS), Thailand, captured some gorgeous camera trap photos of a Sunda pangolin carrying her baby on her tail.
- 11 May 2016: One very lucky pangolin. A wild Sunda pangolin was rescued by villagers in Southern Thailand with help from ZSL’s Thailand team.
- 17 February 2016: New hope for Thailand’s Sunda pangolins. Video from a remote camera trap in Thailand has given new hope to ZSL’s team of pangolin conservationists.
- 25 January 2016: Saving the world’s most illegally traded wild mammal. In 2015 a major new conservation initiative was launched to raise awareness of pangolins and address the key threats to their survival.
- 9 July 2015: New international pangolin conservation initiative. Two-year international Pangolin Conservation Initiative is announced, taking place in Cameroon, Thailand and China, with support from Fondation Segré and IUCN Save Our Species.
- 17 November 2014: Roll with the pangolins and Unite for Wildlife. United for Wildlife has worked with the online game Angry Birds Friends to raise awareness of critical threat to wildlife through illegal poaching.
- 29 July 2014: Eating pangolins to extinction. Latest IUCN Red List updates show all eight species of pangolin are now threatened with extinction.
- 3 September 2013: Rescued pangolins released with support from ZSL. Radio-tagged Sunda pangolins released into the wild with support from ZSL are providing information to help with the conservation of this unique and endangered species.
- 28 June 2013: First global conference on conservation of pangolins, hosted by IUCN SSC Pangolin Specialist Group, saw more than 40 conservationists from 14 countries discuss a solution for the global decline of the world's most traded wild mammal.
- Protecting pangolins in Central Africa
- Conservation of Chinese pangolin (Manis pentadactyla) in the Eastern Himalayas of Nepal
- Developing release protocols for trade-confiscated Sunda pangolins (Manis javanica) in Vietnam