Mammals 2017-11-13T01:41:00+00:00

Project Description


Thailand is a home to a diverse collection of wild mammals in its national parks and sanctuaries. There are currently 264 mammal species in Thailand, of which 3 are critically endangered, 11 are endangered, 24 are vulnerable, and 2 are near-threatened and 1 is extinct (Schomburgk’s deer is extinct, and the Javan and Sumatran rhinoceros are believed to be locally extinct in Thailand.).

Thailand is home to the world’s largest surviving population of wild Indochinese Tigers – Panthera tigris corbetti (approx 200) as well as many other extremely rare and cryptic mammalian species. It is also home to, amongst others, 9 species of wild cat, 4 species of gibbon, 4 species of langur, 5 species of macaque, 4 species of otter and 11 species of civet. Thai national parks and sanctauries are one of last bastions against species extinctions of the rarer mammals.

Malayan tapir (Tapirus indicus), also called the Asian tapir

Malayan tapir (Tapirus indicus), also called the Asian tapir.

Thailand mammals - Hog Deer

Hog deer (Hyelaphus porcinus)

Thailand mammals - Melanistic Indochinese leopard

Indochinese leopard (Panthera pardus delacouri)

Thailand mammals Phu Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary

Sambar (Rusa unicolor)

Thailand mammals Golden Jackal

Golden jackal (Canis aureus)

Thailand mammals - Clouded Leopard

Clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa)

Dhole Khao Yai National Park

Dhole (Cuon alpinus)

Thailand mammals - Feas muntjac

Fea’s Muntjac (Muntiacus feae)

Thailand mammals Huai Kha Khaeng

Wild boar (Sus scrofa)

Thailand mammals - Sambar

Sambar (Rusa unicolor)

Thailand mammals - Indochinese tiger cubs

Indochinese tiger (Panthera tigris corbetti)

Thailand mammals - Indochinese Leopard

Indochinese leopard (Panthera pardus delacouri)

Malayan Sun Bear

Sun bear (Helarctos malayanus)

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