Say your name is Cody Morganthaler, and you're a 36-year-old from Oklahoma, and you've shelled out $12,000 to "hunt" four exotic animals at the Laredo Hunting Resort in Texas. For that price, you get an aoudad, a blackbuck antelope, an addax, and a mouflon (never mind that addax sounds like the kind of snake you don't want to mess with and mouflon sounds like a French pastry). You are only allowed to hunt these from the ground, of course. But as the hunt winds up, you find that you've only bagged the snake and the pastry—sorry, the addax and mouflon—before you have to leave. What to do? Well, you talk to the ranch's owner, Edelmiro Martinez, and the guy who organized the hunt, Eduardo Lopez. They suggest you shoot the aoudad sheep and the blackbuck antelope from the ranch's chopper. The pilot, Inocente Sanchez, agrees.