Your question: Are there still tigers in Thailand?

How many tigers are there in Thailand?

It is estimated that there are around 3,000 wild tigers around the world. Thailand is the world’s largest source of Indo-China tigers with a population of about 100, followed by 22 tigers in Myanmar but zero in other neighbouring countries.

Which country has no Tiger?

At the low end of the spectrum, the new report estimates only seven wild tigers in China, five in Vietnam, two in Laos, and none in Cambodia.

Can you see wild tigers in Thailand?

Sorry, no, you will not see wild tigers in Thailand. There are some dubious establishments that have tigers on the premises such as the Sri Racha tiger zoo and some discredited Temples. If you want to see tigers in the wild stay in India.

Are there black panthers in Thailand?

The Royal Thai Army Volunteer Force (Thai: กองพลทหารอาสาสมัคร), or the Black Panthers (กองพลเสือดำ) was a unit of the Royal Thai Army which served in the Vietnam War, replacing the Royal Thai Volunteer Regiment (Queen’s Cobras) in 1968.

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