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1. learning | 26 Aug 2013
» The National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department (DNP) yesterday began the demolition of three illegal resorts on Koh Samet.
2. news | 27 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» LAMPANG : Elephant lovers have demanded the retrieval of a severely ill elephant, "Tangmo", from the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, so it can be put down.
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. learning | 23 Mar 2012
» Govt seizes elephant, elephant dies as wildlife NGO claims wildlife harmed during seizures, then threatened with defamation suit by govt.
6. lifestyle | 18 Oct 2013
GURU COVER STORY
» Ademonstration against a controversial dam project in Mae Wong National Park will start at Bangkok Art and Culture Centre tomorrow. The dam plan has been criticised for its lack of transparency, questionable effi ciency ...
7. business | 29 Oct 2013
» IRPC Public Co., Ltd., received three Thailand Energy Awards 2013 in the categories of Outstanding Team in Energy Management, Outstanding Personnel Responsible for Energy in the Category of Plant Management and a Creati...
8. learning | 11 Jul 2013
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» The monitor lizards had to go – they were raiding fish farms – but capturing 641 of them was no easy task.
9. news | 06 Oct 2013
» The long-term Chiew Larn reservoir study can serve as a template for other threatened forest ecosystems in the Kingdom, said Petch Manopawitr, conservation programme manager at WWF Thailand.
10. learning | 02 Aug 2011
» If a wildlife sanctuary is too small, elephants stray into villages in search of food and damage croplands of farmers.