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Pangolins lack teeth, are covered with scales and are insectivorous. The ancestor of the mammal order Pholidota, which contains eight species of living pangolin, evolved some 37,3 million years ago from a generalised, ancestral, placental mammal that also gave rise to the cat- and doglike animals. Consequently, the pangolins and carnivores are closely related and share some of their nuclear DNA. The pangolins that occur in Asia and the Far East evolved 22,8 million years ago and those in Africa some 12,9 million years ago.

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