Taiwanese pangolins have large forepaws so powerful that they are ideal for tree climbing, but they are not suitable for grasping the trunk due to their smaller claws, so they replace their hind feet with their tails and insert their tail scales into the trunk, making them less slippery. The body climbs up in a spiral, hangs up at the branches, and descends backwards and downwards at the foot of the head. Taiwan pangolins feed on termites and termites. Taiwan's pangolins excavate ant nests with their forepaws, allowing the ants to escape and licking their long tongues. Taiwan's pangolin tongue has a sticky saliva, you can stick to the food and then sent to the mouth. When Taiwan pangolin encounters a danger, it will shrink into a spherical shape, so that predators can not start.