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The Bruda Whale was found Continuously, It has been found in 4 Characters as a Thai Wildlife Reserve

Updated: Nov 5, 2021

National Parks Angthong Islands continue to find Bruda whales Recently, it was found to be 4 characters, a Thai wildlife reserve.

16th March, Surat Thani Tourists reportedly found and recorded a Bruda whale between Hanuman Island and Tai Pel Island. The head of Angthong National Park led academic staff and inspectors to patrol the recordings to collect the information.

It was recorded while four whales ate food between Hanuman Islands. Koh Tai Pel, Koh Hin Dub Koh Wua Kantang, Sam Sao Island in the park district, initially found out that she was "Wandee" with a "Wanyut". The other two will send information to the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources as to which one.

Public relations to tour operators Please be careful when navigating or taking any actions that may harm the animal.

Asst. Prof. Dr. Thon Thamrongnawasawat A marine ecologist and associate dean of the Faculty of Fisheries, Kasetsart University, revealed that Bruda whales are Thailand's wildlife reserves. Found in the Gulf of Thailand, about 50+ of them are found in the Andaman, but fewer. From September to January, Bruda will make a living in the Gulf of Thailand as it is the end of early rain. Freshwater brings nutrients down the bay. Bruda whales follow to eat fish, after which the whales disperse to eat in the outer seas, such as Koh Tao, etc. This year, a group of Bruda whales came to eat around the Angthong Islands. This is a phenomenon that has not been reported for many years, which is a specialty that creates a smile for Thai sea lovers. "From gooseberry turtles to Bruda whales, followed by whale sharks starting to come to Chumphon. And that means a lot to the future of the Thai sea. Reference :, Environman

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