English to Thai Meaning :: pangolin

Pangolin :
- ลิ่น

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Noun(1) toothless mammal of southern Africa and Asia having a body covered with horny scales and a long snout for feeding on ants and termites

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(1) The soft stomach is one reason a pangolin has hard scales covering its body.(2) Like pangolins , aardvarks have a long, protrusile tongue and a gizzard-like stomach.(3) In performance, the generic figures appear in groups to represent mainly dogs, pangolins , and antelopes.(4) In contrast with the Xenarthra, the Old World Pholidota is not trophically diverse and contains only the myrmecophagous pangolins , or scaly anteaters.(5) Anteaters, pangolins , and some armadillos use hook-and-pull digging with the enlarged claw of a single, enlarged manual digit to open termite or ant nests made of hard dirt.(6) Alternatively they may climb trees in search of tree ants, as do the pangolins or scaly anteaters of the genus Manis.(7) Beneath, pangolins lack scales but have a sparse coat of fur.(8) In the echidna, anteaters, and pangolins , there are qualitative differences in tongue construction.(9) An alternative strategy can be seen in anteaters and pangolins : the tongue has lost most of its cranial attachments.(10) Interpreting the extreme similarity in anteaters and pangolins remains problematic due to lingering disagreement among phylogenetic hypotheses.
1. scaly anteater ::
2. anteater ::
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