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Siamese Crocodile nest found in Kaeng Krachan

23 Jul 2014 14:10 #2133 by Paul T
More Siamese Crocodile nests have been found in the upper river reaches of Kaeng Krachan National park, for details see Thai Rath Article

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24 Jul 2014 10:06 #2138 by Bagheera
Replied by Bagheera on topic Siamese Crocodile nest found in Kaeng Krachan
Good news, I like good news! Thanks for sharing!

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24 Jul 2014 22:26 #2140 by onflipflops
Replied by onflipflops on topic Siamese Crocodile nest found in Kaeng Krachan
Indeed great news.
I thought only one animal was known to live there. Does this mean the population is larger than expected? Or is this just a nest with eggs that are not fertilized?
Let's hope for the best!
Maybe time to introduce some more.
Is there still a high poaching risk for this species?

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25 Jul 2014 06:03 - 25 Jul 2014 06:14 #2141 by Paul T
The eggs are not fertilised, that is what Khun Chaiwat's team and WCS are working on.
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25 Jul 2014 11:47 #2142 by onflipflops
Replied by onflipflops on topic Siamese Crocodile nest found in Kaeng Krachan
Had some trouble deciphering the google translation ;-)
But thanks for clearing it up!

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