This is the pangolin video from a host site other than flickr. It is nowhere near good quality but does show the serpentine look of its tail as it moves through the trees. Hope this works...let me know if you are unable to view.
Yes, I could watch that video. The sounds of camera shutters and comments on the tail added to the sense of being there.
What a FANTASTIC sighting!
The wonderful aspect of the video clip is that the pangolin pauses long enough for everyone to obtain clear shots, then it sinuously moves along the tree branch.
Never, ever, have I seen anything even remotely like that.
I truly love the video, and will bring it to the attention of students who might likely appreciate it.
Two aspects surprised me.
• 1) The pangolin is smaller than I'd have expected.
• 2) It moves languidly with a sort of slow grace, not unlike a large snake.
Posting this video is a service to Safaritalk members, as it's an exceptionally fine sighting.
With Greatest Appreciation,
Edited by Tom Kellie, 27 June 2015 - 07:35 PM.