Thailand is a land of incredible beauty with more than 50 protected national parks accounting for nearly 10% of the countryGÇÖs surface, but its stunning array of wildlife is often forgotten and rarely seen. Wild Thailand reveals a wide range of wildlife secrets GÇô following the courtship of the Great Hornbills, their mating rituals, the birth of two offsprings. Wild female elephants forming a protecting circle around their young and digging rare and strange holes in search of a life giving salt. Sambar males fighting for dominance. Pheasant tailed, polyandrous jacanas mating and giving birth to chicks fighting to escape their shells. Five species of macaques GÇô one of which is the most widespread primate genus in the world GÇô mating, playing in the rainforest of Thailand GÇô one of the warmest countries on earth, cooled only by the autumn rainy season. The rainforest is full of life. Noisy life GÇô following the gibbons, kings and queens of the forest, chased by a black bear, protecting their territory from intruders trying to take over the familyGÇÖs feeding grounds. The flying fox, the largest bat in the world camping in a remote Buddhist temple GÇô a base, from which the bats make their day and nighttime foraging trips. The wampire castle, filled with waterfall climbing cavefish, like ghosts GÇô aliens on earth, a sensation and still a mystery. Birds creating a symphony, designing and building complicated, individual constructions. Underwater tropical forests with coral reefs, true natural treasures. The Andaman sea GÇô home to the most diverse collection of marine life in the world. Filmed over 5 years and featuring a wide range of rare and intriguing species this two-part series presents the most complete HD showcase of wildlife in Thailand.
Revealing a stunning wealth of rarely seen wildlife