In a new BBC Natural World Special Sir David Attenborough has chosen ten species he would ‘save’ by taking aboard his own ‘Ark’. Among the species chosen is the Sunda Pangolin, which is distributed throughout Southeast Asia. As well showcasing the ten different species, the programme highlights work and research being conducted to conserve each species. In the case of the Sunda Pangolin, this includes the work of IUCN-SSC PangolinSG members. The programme is to be broadcast on BBC2 at 9pm on Friday 9th November and repeated on the same channel on Saturday 10th November at 7.30pm. For clips and more about the programme from the BBC, click here.