Are there wild bears in Thailand?

Do they have wolves in Thailand?

No, there are no true wolves in Thailand. The largest canine in Thailand is the dhole (Cuon alpinus). The dhole or Asiatic wild dog has several names like chennai, Indian wild dog, mountain wolf, red dog, and red wolf.

Are there big cats in Thailand?

The wild cats of Thailand include four big cats – the Indochinese tiger, Malayan tiger, Indochinese leopard and clouded leopard, and several smaller wild cats.

Are there hyenas in Thailand?

It is considered important evidence of the farthest dispersion of hyenas found in Southeast Asia. … Kantaphon Suraprasit, a lecturer at the Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, said a research team had studied the dental enamel of the fossils.

Do bears live in Thailand?

Bears. Whilst there aren’t too many to be found, Thailand is home to both Asian black and sun bears. … Bear populations are found throughout Thailand, including tourist hotspots Khao Sok national park in Surat Thani and Khao Yai national park.

Why are there no bears in Australia?

Why aren’t there Bears in Australia? Australia was separated from other continents very early on in the history of time on Earth. So, the continent has had longer for its animals to evolve into unique creatures. Many plants and animals found in Australia are native only to Australia.

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