When police chased down a car that didn’t obey orders to stop for a routine check on the road in Vietnam, they might have suspected something fishy was going on, but they never would have expected this.
Cops chased the car as it sped dangerously away, and when a warning shot did nothing to subdue the runner, they had to shoot its tires to stop it.
The car crashed, and two men leaped out and attempted to run. One of them, the driver, was successfully arrested, but the other escaped. The chase was nothing compared to what was inside the vehicle.
There were 118 pangolins – a species that is critically endangered – forcibly cramped together inside the small space of the vehicle.
They were wrapped in bags, with no food or water in sight. It looked pretty grim, but luckily, 113 of them were alive. Save Vietnam’s Wildlife (SVW) swooped in to the rescue and were able to provide emergency care for the surviving pangolins.
They unwrapped each animal and carefully moved them into boxes for transport – an effort which took hours and finished only at two in the morning.
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