The Sunda Pangolin is species of scaled anteaters. The Sunda Pangolin lives in the rainforest biome in Asia. They live in the following countries: Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar (Burma), Thailand, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei Darussalem, and Lao People's Democratic Republic. The Sunda Pangolin has an appetite of ants and termites. This species is hunted down by tigers, clouded leopards, and sometimes people. The Sunda Pangolin is endangered because there's a demand for them in China and Vietnam. This is because the Sunda Pangolin's meat is consumable and their scales are used in traditional medicine. It is not known how many Sunda Pangolins are still a live. The level of endangered for the Sunda Pangolin is endangered. Sunda Pangolin usually has one baby a time.