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1. learning | 02 Aug 2011
» If a wildlife sanctuary is too small, elephants stray into villages in search of food and damage croplands of farmers.
2. learning | 23 Mar 2012
» Govt seizes elephant, elephant dies as wildlife NGO claims wildlife harmed during seizures, then threatened with defamation suit by govt.
3. learning | 22 Mar 2012
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» International youtube war of words heating up in wildlife seizure case. Govt offiical threatens defamation suit over comments made.
4. learning | 24 Feb 2012
» A raid on a wildlife centre in Phetchaburi's Tha Yang district netted 103 animals allegedly being kept there illegally, a charge strongly denied by the foundation's head.
5. lifestyle | 10 Dec 2014
» When Chak Cherdsatirkul, owner of Kaomai Lanna Resort in Chiang Mai province's Sun Pa Tong district, planned to turn 70 rai near the hotel into a bird sanctuary, he envisioned a minimal, natural landscape design.
6. learning | 05 Jul 2011
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» (1) a place where birds or animals can live and be protected, especially from hunters or dangerous conditions เขตสงวนพันธุ์สัตว์ป่า (2) a safe place, peaceful place หลบภัย...
7. learning | 23 Dec 2010
Words in the news
» (1)a place where birds or animals can live and be protected, especially from hunters or dangerous conditions เขตสงวนพันธุ์สัตว์ป่า (2) a safe place, often one where people who are being chased or attacked can stay and b...
8. news | 18 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» While footage of a male elephant trampling on vehicles in Khao Yai went viral last week, wildlife officers on the other side of the country know the problem is much more than a novel video.
9. news | 14 Jan 2015
» The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation is considering restricting the hours vehicles are allowed to enter Khao Yai National Park in Nakhon Ratchasima to avoid new confrontations between cars an...
10. news | 29 Dec 2014
» The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) has launched a campaign calling all ivory traders to register with the government.