When you first see a pangolin, you might mistake it for an armadillo, but these are completely different animals. Pangolins are lizard-like placental mammals. Their name comes from the word “pengguling”, which is translated from Malay and means “curl up into a ball”.
These animals have a very long tail; sometimes it can exceed the length of the body of the animal. The entire upper body, starting from the middle of the muzzle and ending with the tip of the tail, is covered with dense rows of gray-brown or brown-yellow horned plates.
In this video you can see how pangolins break a wall.