Javan Pangolin Skull Replica measures 3.2 inches. Javan Pangolin Skull Replica is museum quality polyurethane resin cast. Known as Sunda Pangolin
The Javan Pangolin is found throughout Southeast Asia, including Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, and the islands of Borneo, Java, Sumatra and the Lesser Sunda Islands.
It prefers forested habitats (primary, secondary, and scrub forest) and plantations (rubber, palm oil). A large part of its life is spent in trees.
Javan Pangolin or Sunda pangolins are found throughout Southeast Asia, including Brunei, Cambodia, Java, Sumatra, Borneo, the Lesser Sunda Islands, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Myanmar, and Vietnam.
They live in primary, secondary, and scrub forests.
They also can be found in cultivated areas such as gardens, oil palm and rubber plantations, including near human settlements.
Javan Pangolin or Sunda pangolin are unusual mammals with tough, protective keratin scales. These prehistoric animals exist for 80 million years.
They have prehensile tails which they use to climb trees. Their body is covered by rows of scales and fibrous hair. The scales on the back and sides are olive-brown to yellowish in color.
The hair on the underbelly and face is whitish to pale-brown. The skin of the Sunda pangolins’ feet is granular and there are pads on the front feet. These animals have thick and powerful claws to dig into the soils in search of ant nests or to tear into termite mounds.
Javan Pangolin or Sunda pangolin have poor eyesight, but a highly developed sense of smell.
Lacking teeth, their long, sticky tongue serves to collect ants and termites. Males in this species are larger than females.
Javan Pangolin or Sunda pangolin are generally solitary but sometimes can be found in pairs.
They are nocturnal and behave timidly. They are strong diggers and make burrows lined with vegetation for insulation near termite mounds and ant nests.