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The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation has prosecuted dog owners who brought dogs and bathed them at a waterfall inside the Khao Luang National Park in the southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat. The authorities said pets were banned from entering the national parks in Thailand to prevent the spread of diseases from the urban area. One social media account posted pictures of a man and a woman enjoying a waterfall with their two dogs on a Facebook group. “I know you love dogs, but you should think about others. At Phrom Lok Waterfall, dogs enjoyed the […]

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Deer and wild animals upstream bathing in waterfalls and rivers are owned by the Government!

prosecute them now!

Prosecute the Government allowing villagers allowing sewerage into the rivers and pesticides!

prosecute fishing community for allowing Mud cleaning of Mussels and Oyster farms or Maybe the Government for allowing this filth!


A couple of Dogs having a swim!

They need to get their priorities right!

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Endangering Human health?

How about doing something about speeding drivers in car parks and on the roads endangering lives and actually killing people!

2 Dogs going for a swim ?🤔🤪


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