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Sad death of a great ranger

29 Dec 2021 18:18 - 29 Dec 2021 18:19 #5721 by Paul T
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As I have not been in Kaeng Krachan a while, I have only just heard of the sad passing of เทพฤทธิ์ สระสำอาง whom you all knew as "Em". 

He was always a great friend to the naturalists and foreign visitors and worked at both Baan Krang and Panoenthung before Pa La U. He loved his wildlife photography and was very good at it.

It has been a month since he sadly took his own life, but I wanted to let others know as covid has kept us all isolated from news and events.

   
  
  
 
Photo from his Facebook page
 
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31 Dec 2021 12:33 #5722 by onflipflops
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Sad indeed. He was always very welcoming.

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