× Over 400 species of birds are known to occur within the Park’s boundaries, and 57 mammals. Larger mammals include elephant, gaur, sambar deer, banteng, serow, and bear, indo-chinese tiger, leopard, both common and Fea’s muntjac. Malayan tapir, white-handed gibbon, dusky and banded langurs, Asian wild dog, otter, and wild boar.

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05 Jan 2017 08:21 #4171 by Robby L
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Elephant bones linked to wildlife trafficking

A snip :

In an expanded investigation into the assimilation of wild elephants in the Western forest complex, the team was tipped off that wildlife poachers had tranquilised wild elephants in Kaeng Krachan National Park in nearby Petchaburi province and transported them on vehicles to Moo Baan Chang, waiting to merge them with captive populations. However, some of the captured elephants died from an overdose of tranquilising agents and were buried.


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06 Jan 2017 08:14 - 06 Jan 2017 08:14 #4174 by Robby L

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06 Jan 2017 11:05 #4175 by onflipflops
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Lets hope Thailand gets serious about all these animal attraction places, like they did with the Tiger Temple and just close them all.

Seems the owner of this place is linked to the Hua Hin zoo as well, and from another news article I read that staff of this zoo has been arrested twice before (2014 and 2016) for possesion of illegal wild animals for which the zoo had fake licenses. But from what I understand the zoo is still operating.

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