In March 2016, a Forestry Administration patrol team came across a motorcyclist travelling at suspiciously high speeds. As they moved to intercept the suspect, the man threw a box from the back of his bike onto the side of the road and sped away. The team investigated, finding a pygmy slow loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus, classified as Vulnerable on the IUCN RedList) inside. The nocturnal animal was brought back to headquarters, where it was assessed for injuries, and kept in a cool, covered cage until night-time. Having been found to be healthy despite its rough treatment, it was released back into Seima Protection Forest the same evening, and was last seen heading rapidly through the trees!