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Habiganj: Banrooti rescued from the locality of Golatila area of Nalua tea garden in Chunarughat upazila of Habiganj has been released in Satchari National Park. Banroi is on the list of the world’s most endangered animals, announced by the International Conservation and Natural Resources Association (ICN). The Forest Department rescued Bonaruti from the locals on Wednesday (March 7) at noon. Earlier, locals caught the animals from the water wells of Babul Mia in Golatila area. The forest department was later informed.
During the release, the vice-president of the co-management committee of Satchari Udyan, journalist Abul Kalam Azad, Habiganj range officer Rehan Mahmud and others were present.
The Forest Department says Pangolin is the English name of Banrui. Because they do not have teeth in the mouth of the fibrous animal, they were included in the group of toothless mammals. But due to some special features, they are currently included in a separate group, Folidota. The only member of which is Banrui.
Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Professor. Zahirul Haque Shakil said, “These animals are very limited in our country. Those that are there are also at risk. The mammals need to be more involved in the conservation of these animals.