Picture of a vulnerable adult female white bellied pangolin (Phataginus tricuspis) with her baby, part of Pangolin Conservation, a non-profit organization in Saint Augustine, Florida.

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A vulnerable baby white-bellied pangolin (Phataginus tricuspis) clings to her mother’s back at a facility in Florida. At just 70 days old, this captive-born baby was a first in captivity! This vulnerable species, like many other pangolin species, is illegally taken from the wild. Unfortunately, it is falsely believed that the protective keratin scales have curative properties.

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All prints by Joel Sartore are archival.

Framing and matting includes a satin finish black wooden frame, a 3” white acid-free matte, and plexiglass.

Our canvas gallery wraps are professionally printed and stretched over a durable frame. They are finished with an open-style back with a hanger, and arrive ready to display.

Sizes shown are approximate. If you need a print sized exactly, please let us know when you place your order. Custom sizes are also available. Custom orders take longer to fulfill than standard orders.

Signed prints may take longer if Joel is traveling.

All prints are created at the time of purchase. Because of this, we do not accept returns or exchanges for prints. The only exception is if the print is not up to our pristine standards. Any flaws must be brought to our attention within 5 business days.

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