Are There Big Cats In Thailand?

Thailand Wild Cat Species

There are 19 national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in this complex, which is home to Indochinese leopard and clouded leopard populations as well.

The tiger preys on deer, boar, goat-like serows and wild cattle.

There are approximately 200 wild Indochinese tigers inhabiting Thailand.

Are there any big cats in Thailand?

Clouded Leopard

A majority of these animals can be seen at the Khao Sok National Park. They have the longest canines of the living cats. Clouded leopards are categorized as a vulnerable species because their numbers are drastically reducing.

What is the most dangerous animal in Thailand?

Jellyfish. Sharks are not a problem in Thai waters, so jellyfish are the most dangerous animal you are likely to encounter while swimming.

Are there Panthers in Thailand?

Black Panther. Are there any places in Thailand where one can see any species of Black Panthers. It was there in Dusit Zoo earlier but it seems now the zoo has been closed.

Are there leopards in Thailand?

In Thailand, the Indochinese leopard is present in the Western Forest Complex, Kaeng Krachan-Kui Buri and Khlong Saeng-Khao Sok protected area complexes. Leopards are reported to occur in Laos’ Nam Kan National Protected Area as well.

Are there crocodiles in Thailand?

The Siamese crocodile (Crocodylus siamensis) is a medium-sized freshwater crocodile native to Indonesia (Borneo and possibly Java), Brunei, East Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam. The species is critically endangered and already extirpated from many regions.

Is there sharks in Thailand?

Bull sharks and Tiger sharks have been located occasionally in Thai waters but they are very rarely encountered by divers as they prefer staying at depth. The shark divers are most likely to encounter in Thailand is the grey reef shark, which grows quite large – up to 2 metres – but is harmless.