January 22, 2009
Filed under Asia, Thailand
Tags: Asia, Bangkok, Chiang Mai Zoo, chilly, China, climate, climate change, cold, cold spell, endangered, endangered animals, environment, global cooling, Global Freeze, global warming, panda, pandas, rare cold spell, temperature, temperatures, Thailand, weather, winter, zoo
January 21, 2009
BANGKOK — Pornography, diets and sperm donation have all failed, but Thai authorities said Tuesday that a rare cold spell has boosted hopes that the country’s famously celibate giant pandas could produce a cub.
17 January 2009
BANGKOK, Jan 17 (TNA) – Small fish raised in a river in northeastern Thailand have died, monkeys in the South have lost interest in eating food, rice plants which are begun to bear fruits died prematurely as severe cold spell hit almost the entire country and temperatures fell in recent days.