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Phuket Town Attractions – Monkey Hill ( Toe Sae Hill)

Short tailed macaque monkey (Monkey Hill, Phuket Town) Checkout these Short tailed macaque monkeys at the Monkey Hill (Toe Sae Hill) in Phuket. They are well taken care by a Thai-Chinese, Khun Hock and he has been feeding the monkeys for 13 years. According to Khun Hock, these short-tailed macaque monkeys are rather common in [...]

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Animals and Pets in Thailand – Squirrels

??Animals and Pets in Thailand – Squirrels Besides dogs and cats, Thai people keep many animals as pets. Some of them are captured from the wild and some of them are bred just to be sold as pets. There are many adorable baby squirrels for sale at the pet section in the Chatuchak Weekend Market [...]

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Thailand”s Traditional Tractor -Water Buffalo (Bubalus bubalis)

An albino water baffalo (Pai, Mae Hong Song) The water buffalo has always played an important role in agriculture in Thailand. The water buffalo mostly found in Thailand has been classified as the swamp type. Each year, Baffalo races are organised in Chonburi province in Thailand. A fully grown buffalo weighs about 400 – 600 [...]

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Adopt A “Siamese” Cat or Kitten for free at Bangkok’s Chatuchak or JJ Weekend Market

??Adopt A “Siamese” Cat or Kitten for free at Bangkok’s Chatuchak or JJ Weekend Market Looking for a “Siamese” cat in Thailand? Well,????there are healthy kittens and young cats available for adoption????in the weekend market. A group of about 20 cat lovers gathered at the Chatuchak or JJ Weekend Market either on Exit 1 of [...]

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Human Swine (Flu) Influenza A (H1N1) Prevention Measures in Thailand

Human Swine Influenza A (H1N1) Prevention Measures in Thailand As of 29 June, 2009, the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand has confirmed 3 fatal cases of influenza A H1N1. One is a 40-year-old Thai woman with congenital heart condition, the other is a 42-year-old Thai man who suffered from high fever and pneumonia, and [...]

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Thailand National Elephant Day (13 Mar 2009) at Surin Elephant Study Centre

??Thailand National Elephant Day (13 Mar 2009) at Surin Elephant Study Centre?? It was a personal memorable experience visiting the Elephant Study Centre on National Elephant Day (13th Mar 2009) before??going on a??media fam trip from 19 -22 Mar organized by Thailand Convention & Exhibition Burean (TCEB). Elephant is Thailand National Animal and this day [...]

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