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Locals in the Chong Sadao sub-district in the central province of Kanchanaburi sought help from the authorities after mysterious footprints of a tiger were spotted in the community. Chong Sadao sub-district chief Wasan Soonjirat reported to the media that he was notified about the tiger footprints at 8.30am yesterday, January 5. The footprints were discovered near the community and forest boundaries. A specialist from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) investigated the spot to identify the type of tiger. The specialist confirmed that the footprints belonged to the Bengal tiger. It was a pretty big one because the footprint was […]

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This would be a little unnerving if you had to work outside in an area that was in a field or wooded or hills.

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the Bengal Tiger doesn't live in the wild in Thailand. If it is a Bengal tiger it has escaped from captivity - a farm or zoo.

The Sub-species native to Thailand is the Indochinese tiger 


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