No, we are not an enforcement agency. We pick up after enforcement has done its job. One of the big problems is that enforcement often do not concern themselves with the welfare of animal and will send the animals to sub-standard rescue centres that do not have either the knowledge or capacity to deal with the very particular needs of pangolins (the pangolins die at these centres).  Equally troubling is some rangers will just release a pangolin close to their station (the pangolin may have come from thousands of kilometres away) with no knowledge of whether there are resident populations or if the habitat is suitable. Worse still, some police stations just leave the animals in the nets and without food or water for days.