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Phuket News - Three baby elephants seized in trek camp raids
Representatives of the three camps, the Sheraton Elephant Camp in Cherng Talay, and the Phu Thai Review Souvenir Market and ATV Review Elephant Trekking Camp, both in Chalong, admitted they had rented the young elephants, whi...
2012-02-11   Phuket, Thailand Category: misc

New Rainforest Experience at Elephant Hills, Kao Sok, Thailand
In January 2011, Elephant Hills Rainforest Camp situated in the centre of Cheow Larn Lake in Khao Sok National Park, was added to the already successful nature tours offered by Elephant Hills Safaris. As well as elephant trek...
2011-04-03   Surat Thani, Thailand Category: facility

Elephant Conservation in Thailand
The Kingdom of Thailand – a country that has long revered the elephant for its royal and religious significance – is home to some 4,000 of the fewer than 50,000 Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) still surviving. Compared ...
2008-03-13   Bangkok, Thailand Category: conservation

The Opening symposium on Managing the Health and Reproduction of Asian Elephant Populations in Asia.
The symposium on the managing of health and reproduction of elephant populations in Asia will be held at Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand from 8th to 10th October 2007. The members of th...
2007-10-08   Bangkok, Thailand Category: conference

Elephant encounter in Chiangmai
THE first stroke went from the left to the middle, then straight down. The second stroke came from the right, and went down the middle of the paper as well. They were confident, sure strokes that eventually yielded something ...
2004-10-09   Chiang mai, Thailand Category: event

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