We have 56 quarantine enclosures (which are designed to hold up to two pangolins- one per enclosure is preferred). We also have two pangolariums (which each have 4 larger enclosures – total 8) for longer terms residents.  We only house one pangolin per enclosure in the pangolarium as they are designed for animals who for various reasons need to stay longer. (i.e., health issues or problems with finding the correct habitat for release) Pangolins require a lot of space as they are solitary animals. They sleep in a sleeping box during the day which has a tunnel that leads into their enclosures. At night they move into the enclosures for feeding and wandering about. Our facilities are the best in Vietnam which is one of the reasons we have such a high success rate with these very sensitive animals.