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Tourist Captures Rare Black Panther Sighting in Thailand

On June 18, 2024, the head of Kaeng Krachan National Park in Phetchaburi Province, revealed that a tourist named Amy captured rare photos of black panthers near the 20th kilometer marker on the road to Phanoen Thung. Remarkably, the black panthers did not display any signs of distress as they passed the vehicle before retreating into the forest.

The head of the national park emphasized the rarity of such sightings, noting that leopards and black panthers are seldom seen in the area. He advised that if tourists are fortunate enough to encounter these majestic animals, they should remain in their vehicles, avoid honking or making loud noises, and allow the panthers to move away on their own. This practice ensures the safety of both the visitors and the wildlife.

Such sightings are considered a special privilege for tourists, as it is uncommon to encounter these elusive creatures. The guidelines provided by the park authorities aim to protect both the panthers and the visitors, promoting a safe and respectful interaction with the natural environment.

Officials in attendance included the head of Kaeng Krachan National Park, along with other park staff who continue to work towards the preservation and protection of wildlife in the area.

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