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Giant Pangolins are the largest species of pangolin.
Giant Pangolins can be found in Africa and their largest populations are in Uganda, Tanzania and western Kenya. They prefer savanna, rainforests and forested areas and they inhabit areas that have a large termite population and available water.
Giant Pangolins mainly feed on ants and termites.
There are no subspecies of the Giant Pangolin.
As pangolins have no teeth, their stomach is specially designed to grind up their food, with the aid of the sand and small stones that they consume.