Artikel tagged “rehabilitation”

  • Thousands of young coral being moved to deeper water at Maya Bay

    Thousands of young coral being moved to deeper water at Maya Bay

    PHOTO: Thai PBS Coral bleaching and the annual monsoon are the only threat to the ongoing recuperation of Maya Bay, now that tourists have been away for a year, and probably another two years as well.

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    Mövenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach adopts a gibbon from Phuket’s Rehabilitation Centre

    Mövenpick Resort & Spa Karon Beach Phuket continues its ongoing CSR efforts within Phuket’s community by recently adopting a gibbon from Phuket’s Gibbon Rehabilitation Centre . On Saturday, August 11, the resort’s Green Team visited the Rehabilitation Centre to provide financial support to the foundation. During the visit, the team was introduced to Arya, a seven year old female gibbon born at the centre

  • Laypang, Phuket’s star croc, has finally started to eat

    Laypang, Phuket’s star croc, has finally started to eat

    The crocodile captured from the tin mine lake near Laypang and Bang Tao Beach last month has started to eat some chicken today (September 29) after rejecting the tasty morsels for a month. The crocodile’s complete DNA test is expected early next month. The 200 kilogram reptile, that remains in the rehabilitation pond at the Phuket Coastal Aquatic Animals Development Centre, is healthy but has declined to eat the food given in the pond until today, making the staff very happy to see it was eating the food.

  • Captured Croc isn’t eating. BKK specialist on the way.

    Captured Croc isn’t eating. BKK specialist on the way.

    Fisheries officers are investigating whether the captured crocodile comes from nature or was owned by an individual. After catching the crocodile spotted at Bangtao Beach on August 25 and which came from a tin mine lake near Laypang Beach, Phuket’s Governor visited the crocodile at the rehabilitation pond in Thalang. The 200-kilogram reptile still hasn’t eaten any food provided by fisheries officers

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