What type of biome is Thailand?

Rank Ecological Regions of Thailand Biome
5 Peninsular Malaysian Lowland and Mountain Forests Tropical and Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests
6 Central Indochina Dry Forests Tropical and Subtropical Dry Broadleaf Forests
7 Mekong River Freshwater
8 Salween River Freshwater

Is Thailand a biome?

Thailand is in the Indomalayan realm. Ecoregions are listed by biome.

Is Thailand tropical rainforest?

There are no rainforests in Thailand!

There are tropical evergreen and monsoonal forests, but not rainforests.

Is it illegal to own a monkey in Thailand?

A provision in Thai law permitted individuals to possess as many as two primates or other wild animais of the same species – « a potential pair to promote breeding » – even though their capture and sale was prohibited.

Are there gorillas in Thailand?

MICHAEL SULLIVAN, BYLINE: Bua Noi, Thailand’s only gorilla, lives here in the PATA Department Store in Bangkok.

Why is the air quality so bad in Thailand?

Contributors to poor air quality in Thailand include power generation from coal, the manufacturing, refining, and mining industries, vehicle emissions, and waste burning. Seasonal variations exist, with high levels of air pollution in the dry season (January to April).

What is the biggest environmental problem in Thailand?

WATER POLLUTION – The biggest and most critical environmental problem in Thailand at the moment, is water pollution. Apart from the south-west monsoon in Thailand, the north-eastern area of the country is particularly subject to drought.

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What religion is in Thailand?

Religions by region

Religion in Thailand (2015)
Buddhism 94.50%
Islam 4.29%
Christianity 1.17%
Hinduism 0.03%
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