Rare animals like panthers are often kept as pets in the Middle East
Seven live rare baby animals have been seized by police at an airport in Thailand, after a man was trying smuggle them out of the country.
The man had four leopards, two monkeys, two panthers and one baby bear in his luggage when he was caught.
All the animals are under two-months-old and had been sedated with drugs.
The man, who was trying to get on a first class flight to Dubai, has been charged with smuggling endangered species out of Thailand.
The rescued baby bear sleeps in a cage
Undercover officers arrested the man as he waited for his flight, having followed him since he bought the animals illegally.
There are lots of instances of illegal smuggling of wildlife in Thailand, but they're often reptiles like tortoises snakes and lizards.
Finding this sort of mixture of mammals is unusual.