Artikel tagged “national-parks”

  • 56 elephant skeleton fragments found in a Chon Buri mine

    56 elephant skeleton fragments found in a Chon Buri mine

    PHOTOS: DNP 56 bones from an elephant skeleton have been found inside a mine area in Chon Buri yesterday.

  • Young elephant found dead with plastic in intestines – Chachoengsao

    Young elephant found dead with plastic in intestines – Chachoengsao

    PHOTO: Department of national parks, wildlife and plant conservation The body of a young elephant has been found with plastic inside its large intestine in Chachoengsao (north of Chon Buri) yesterday. Officials at the department of national parks, wildlife and plant conservation (DNP) were notified from a villager headman that the young elephant has been founded dead in the forest. Veterinarians and police arrived to find the body of the four month old elephant.

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    Phuket monkey sterilisation Stage Two underway

    PHOTOS: The Phuket PR Office Southern long-tailed macaques, captured at Khoa To Sae have been sterilised today. 129 macaques were captured yesterday (September 13) at Khao To Sae in Rassada as part of Stage Two in the capture/steralise/release program

  • Phuket national park encroachment investigation in full swing again

    Phuket national park encroachment investigation in full swing again

    PHUKET: The plot thickened in the ongoing investigation into encroachment onto Sirinath Marine National Park yesterday as five former park chiefs were accused of signing documents allowing encroachment. “After reviewing several land titles from owners in the area, we discovered that five chiefs signed their names, making it legal for landowners to build on land that is part of Sirinath National Park,” said Samak Donnapee, Director of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP). The five park chiefs accused – Thanapong Apaiso, Somkiet Soonthornpitakboon, Sukkhee Kamnuanslip, Jaruai Injan and Nontawit Jaturabanthid – worked at the park between 2005 and 2011, but are all now retired, Mr Samak said.