Endangered pangolins rescued in Thailand
23 November 2013 Last updated at 13:09 GMT
More than 100 endangered pangolins have been rescued by customs officials in Thailand, south-east Asia.
The unusual looking scaly creatures, which eat ants and termites, were found in boxes on the back of a car.
It's thought they were being smuggled in from neighbouring Malaysia.
The pangolins are recovering at a national park until they're ready to be taken back to the wild.
Watch Jenny's report.