Thailand Environment Monitor 2004: Biodiversity
Thailand has been endowed with rich and diverse biodiversity in its seas, coast, rivers, swamps, caves, forests, hills and mountains. From large wildlife such as elephants to tiny bats, giant forest trees to exquisite orchids, and from the relatives of domestic chickens to traditional rice varieties, the variety of life has sustained the Thai people in their daily lives. Thailand, as a party to the Convention on Biological Diversity has implemented many measures to protect biodiversity and has allocated government budgets to tasks of biodiversity conservation, awareness raising and research.
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