A sting operation by Cambodian wildlife officials uncovered 137 restaurants dishing up endangered species in the country’s capital city of Phnom Penh. The officials rescued more than 1,300 critters, including wild boars, rare turtles, scaly anteaters (called pangolins by those in the know), and a sun bear. Although no one was arrested as a result of the endangered species dragnet — Cambodian law only allows fines in such cases — the governor of Phnom Penh said he was planning an aggressive campaign to control the mushrooming trade in wild meat.