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Carnivore & Pangolins Conservation Program

The Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program (CPCP) is operated and managed through a collaborative partnership between Cuc Phuong National Park and Save Vietnam’s Wildlife and is recognised globally as a world leader in pangolin research and captive care. CPCP is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing back to the wild carnivores and pangolins confiscated from the illegal wildlife trade. It is also developing global conservation breeding programs for these threatened species. 

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The CPCP has rescued and rehabilitated eleven species of carnivores and pangolins including Sunda Pangolin, Chinese Pangolin, Owston’s Civet, Binturong, Small-toothed Palm Civet, Masked-palm Civet, Common Palm Civet, Leopard Cat, Small Indian Civet, Large-toothed Ferret Badger and Small-toothed Ferret Badger. The program has achieved significant success in releasing the critically endangered Sunda pangolin – the most trafficked mammal in the world. 

The program also manages the successful conservation breeding program for Owston’s Civet in Vietnam. The program aims to establish and maintain a captive population to preserve a high genetic diversity to supplement wild populations.  The CPCP is located at Save Vietnam’s Wildlife which has established a Carnivore and Pangolin Education Centre  tells the story of the work of the CPCP and Save Vietnam’s Wildlife. 

The program also provides some limited opportunities for volunteers to come and help the animals. If you interested and would like to volunteer, please click on the link http://savevietnamswildlife.org///volunteer/programs/   

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