Is there alligators in Thailand?
Thailand – the most croc-infested country in the world – is home to a thriving ‘reptile ranching’ industry that supplies the world with gator and crocodile skins, the Sydney Times reported.
Does Thailand have wild crocodiles?
Crocodile numbers in Thailand and Southeast Asia generally have been decimated by habitat loss, commercial hunting for the skin trade and the capture of live reptiles to stock crocodile farms, according to the IUCN. In Thailand there are just a handful of wild populations in central and western national parks.
Are there alligators in Bangkok?
BANGKOK — Lumpini Park is an oasis here in Thailand’s noisy capital — despite the carnivores slithering around like small alligators.
How many crocodiles are there in Thailand?
Some 1.2 million crocodiles are kept on more than 1,000 farms in Thailand, according to figures from the Thai department of fisheries.