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Wildlife flourishes as humans kept away due to lockdown


With humans keeping away due to lockdown measures, the Huai Nam Dang National Park is once again full of wildlife and lush nature.

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Wildlife flourishes as humans kept away due to lockdown The park’s chief Bancha Ramsiri said on Thursday (June 18) nature has had an opportunity to recover now that the humans are away. Wildlife flourishes as humans kept away due to lockdown
Macaques, white gibbons, barking deer, wild boars, mongooses, martens, musks, wild fowls, marmots, rare birds and Thailand’s distinctive species of salamander are spotted more frequently now. Wildlife flourishes as humans kept away due to lockdown Even the crested finchbill, which was rarely spotted, is now visible from time to time. Wildlife flourishes as humans kept away due to lockdown However, this peace will not last for long because the park plans to reopen on July 1, though it promises to follow Covid-19 prevention measures imposed by the Public Health Ministry. Wildlife flourishes as humans kept away due to lockdown Wildlife flourishes as humans kept away due to lockdown Wildlife flourishes as humans kept away due to lockdown

Published : June 18, 2020

By : The Nation