The unsuspecting tourist found the reptile in his luggage as he was unpacking. Fortunately, the kind tourist reported the incident to authorities concerned.
The recent findings by the conservationists revealed 221 Indochinese tigers are estimated to remain in Thailand and Myanmar.
Indochinese tigers are struggling to survive worldwide, but a glimmer of hope comes from Thailand where a new population was recently captured on camera.
The coins were supposed to be for goodluck, but it ended up killing a precious creature.
The 25-year-old turtle suffered from eating coins tourists tossed in her pond for good luck.
A large chunk of the tiger population dies every year and countries aren't slowing the slaughter down.
A remote village in carbon-consuming Thailand has an unlikely alternative source of energy: cow dung
Small “meteorites” came crashing through a house in Thailand, leaving a hole in the roof.
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The global coral bleaching due to climate change threatens the whole world. Notable bleachings already took place in the Lizard Island in Australia, Maldives, the Indian Ocean, Hawaii and Samoa.
A multimillion dollar tourist attraction that prides itself as an animal sanctuary has recently been in hot water after 40 dead tiger cubs in jars had been found inside a freezer within their territory.
A Buddhist monk has been detained after being caught smuggling tiger skins and parts from the infamous Tiger Temple in Thailand.
Dead tiger cubs were found in a freezer in Thailand’s infamous Tiger Temple.
A man in Thailand had an out-of-this-world encounter with a python, when the snake bit his penis while squatting in the loo.
After Thailand's Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary beefed up patrols for poachers starting in 2005, tiger populations grew substantially. This is an outstanding conservation success, say researchers, but they also warn that continued patrolling is needed to ensure that populations of prey grow to meet the food demands of more tigers.