Medicine & TechnologyA fisherman found 66 pounds of ambergris or whale vomit at Niyom Beach, Thailand after returning to shore from fishing. Experts have confirmed its authenticity and valued it at more than $1 million.
In March, video footage showed macaque gangs fighting over bottles of milk. Currently, the thousands of macaques in the Lopburi province have reached up to 9,000, and coexisting with the monkeys have become increasingly challenging.
Waitrose has banned selling coconut products from Thailand following the discovery of monkey slavery being a part of the manufacturing process. Peta Asia has confirmed that macaque monkeys were being exploited and forced to harvest coconuts from trees under harsh conditions.
Terrible news hits the headlines as a newborn baby boy, abandoned by his mother at a pondside in Thailand was found partially eaten by monitor lizards. Watch the footage of the police collecting the remains of the baby by clicking the link above.
Watch the shocking video of a monkey suddenly getting off its toy bike and grabbing a toddler sitting peacefully on a bench in an alley. Witnesses shouted in shock when they saw the child getting dragged on the street. Click the link to watch.
A new study in the Mekong River shows that large-scale sand mining may eventually lead to collapse in the riverbanks endangering not only the ecosystem but the lives and livelihood of people around it.