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41. learning | 23 Dec 2010
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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, often one where people who are being chased or attacked can stay and b...
42. news | 11 Dec 2013
» Through eons spent roaming Borneo's rainforests, Malaysia's Penan people became supremely adapted to surviving, and thriving, in the wild.
43. learning | 15 Mar 2012
» With only 3,700 wild & 4,000 captive elephants (2,300 in 135 elephant parks) in the country, this vital part of Thai heritage urgently needs protection.
44. learning | 04 Jul 2012
» Pesticide methomyl poisonous to humans & animals but very small amounts in fruit imports allowed by Japan. Fruit export industry urgently needs it.
45. news | 14 Dec 2013
» TRAT - An angry Australian tourist on Koh Chang went berserk, tried to attack pedestrians with a kitchen knife, and set fire to three vehicles because his rented motorbike consumed too much fuel, police said on Saturday.
46. news | 27 Nov 2013
» Jane Chandler raises the rarest cranes in the world. For them to have a chance at surviving in the wild, the young birds must never see her face, hear her speak, or know her to be a human being.
47. news | 26 Nov 2013
» Milk from a variety of animals including camels, llamas and moose should be more widely used to counteract high cow milk prices due to growing demand for dairy in the developing world, the UN food agency said on Tuesday.
48. news | 22 Oct 2013
» SURAT THANI ― Park officials on Tuesday said they are investigating the death of a wild female elephant believed to have been electrocuted and killed on an orchard near Tai Rom Yen National Park in Kanchanadit district....
49. news | 02 Nov 2013
» Police released 28 seized elephants back to a kraal in Kanchanaburi's Sai Yok district on Friday after their owner presented correct registration papers for the animals.
50. news | 16 Dec 2013
» Conservation group Sea Shepherd Australia said Monday it was preparing for increased aggression from Japanese whalers in its annual campaign to stop the slaughter of the giant animals off Antarctica.