One of the world's rarest animals was recently captured, but unfortunately died while in captivity. Members of a small village in Laos caught a soala, a gazelle-like creature with a grayish coat and lond horns, and photographed it a few days before it died.  It was the first photo of a soala taken since one triggered an automatic camera in 1999.  No scientist has ever seen one of these elusive creatures in the wild, and the species is considered critically endangered, with possibly only a few hundred left alive.  Once widespread over Asia, it now seems to be relegated to Laos, since no other soalas have been seen anywhere else.