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Cobra Swallows Python In Front Of Tourists3m05s

Cobra Swallows Python In Front Of Tourists

Footage shows the moment a King Cobra swallowed a python in front of tourists on a wildlife tour. The holidaymakers were nature sightseeing at the Khao Lampi-Hat Thai Mueang National Park in Phang Nga Province, Thailand on December 23, when they noticed the duel between the two reptiles. It ended with the cobra victorious, slowly devouring the python.

Diesel Buses, Cars And Street Food Barbeques Add To Pollution2m13s

Diesel Buses, Cars And Street Food Barbeques Add To Pollution

Footage shows how diesel-belching 50-year-old buses, cars and street food sellers barbecuing food are all contributing to the deadly cloud of smog engulfing Bangkok. A debilitating blanket of toxic pollution made up of deadly micro-particles of dust that become lodged in the lungs has descended on the capital of Thailand since last weekend - and is expected to continue for the next month. Officials have begun spraying water into the air as a response to the pollution and planes also flew over eastern regions dumping water from the sky. It is believed that the 'artificial rain' will help to disperse the pollutants lingering in the sky. While supermarkets and chemists have sold out of face masks that filter out the dust particles, as Thai locals rush to protect themselves. The PM2.5 dust particles are extremely small and they are fine enough to be absorbed in the human bloodstream through the lungs. This will cause chronic diseases such as asthma, cancer, heart disease and stroke in the long term if there is exposure to air pollution. The PM2.5 air-quality index (AQI) in parts of Bangkok reached a shocking 394 microgrammes per cubic - far past the acceptable limit of 50.

Thai Shops Sell Out Of Pollution Face Masks2m00s

Thai Shops Sell Out Of Pollution Face Masks

Thai supermarkets and chemists ran out of face masks today as locals rushed to protect themselves from the deadly smog blanketing the capital Bangkok. Footage taken in various chemists and supermarkets shows the shelves empty as sales soared of masks that filter out the toxic particles currently engulfing the city in cloud of pollution. A debilitating blanket of toxic smog made up of deadly micro-particles of dust that become lodged in the lungs has engulfed the city since last weekend - and is expected to continue for the next month. Officials have begun spraying water into the air as a response to the pollution and planes also flew over eastern regions dumping water from the sky.

Thai Workers Use Water Cannons To Tackle Air Pollution1m28s

Thai Workers Use Water Cannons To Tackle Air Pollution

Workers in Kamphaeng Phet province, central Thailand, were this morning seen using huge barrels to spray water into the air to battle smog pollution that has hit the country. The debilitating blanket of toxic particles - eight times higher than the safe limit - has engulfed the capital Bangkok and surrounding areas prompting health warmings from officials. Officials have vowed to tackle the pollution by firing water into the air to generate 'artificial rain' which the believe will disperse the smog cloud. Workers were also seen spraying water on the ground to try and soak up the exhaust fumes from cars and prevent them from adding to the smog cloud. Experts blame a mixture of car fumes, construction projects and open-air burning, including the tens of thousands of street food sellers that barbecue meat outside. The PM2.5 air-quality index (AQI) in parts of Bangkok reached a shocking 394 microgrammes per cubic - far past the acceptable limit of 50. The PM2.5 dust particles are extremely small and they are fine enough to be absorbed in the human bloodstream through the lungs. This will cause chronic diseases such as asthma, cancer, heart disease and stroke in the long term if there is exposure to air pollution,

Women Finding 20Ft Long King Cobra In Her Front Room1m17s

Women Finding 20Ft Long King Cobra In Her Front Room

A woman ran for her life after a 20ft long King Cobra reared up at while she was sitting in her living room. Nunta Duangleang, 23, was eating with friends at her house yesterday (Mon) afternoon when the venomous visitor slithered inside and disrupted the meal. The beast leapt up at Nunta from under her sofa, causing chaos as the rubber plantation worker and her pals ran outside in Trang, southern Thailand.

Bobo The Cat Rides Robot32s

Bobo The Cat Rides Robot

Bobo the cat rides a robot vacuum cleaner around the house. He is a two-year-old Norwegian Forest crossbreed from Singapore.

Shameless British Businessman Laughs After Being Arrested2m00s

Shameless British Businessman Laughs After Being Arrested

A shameless British businessman laughs after being arrested for making a curry mixed with marijuana - then threatening to ''knock out'' an official. Gary Coughlan, 58, was seen behaving erratically outside a shop yesterday (Mon) afternoon on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand.

Thailand Truck Spraying Hose In The Air3m22s

Thailand Truck Spraying Hose In The Air

Thailand yesterday (Tue) began fighting the killer smog blanketing its capital - with a man sitting on top of a truck spraying a hose pipe in the air. The vehicle set out from the Bang Sue district of Bangkok just after midnight in an effort to generate 'artificial rain' to disperse the fumes.

Air Show For Thailand Children's Day on 20191m18s

Air Show For Thailand Children's Day on 2019

Footage from a military air show at the Don Muang airport in Bangkok to celebrate Thailand's National Children's Day on January 12, 2019. The display featured Royal Thai Air Force's fighter jets. There was a combat show by F-16 and JAS-39 fighter jets, and a rescue operation display by EC-725 helicopters. Thailand's National Children's Day - known in Thai as 'Wan Dek (Sweet Children) celebrates youngsters, honouring the country's saying ''Children are the future of the nation, if the children are intelligent, the country will be prosperous''.

Thais Wear Face Masks In Pollution Stricken Bangkok1m14s

Thais Wear Face Masks In Pollution Stricken Bangkok

Thai locals are seen wearing face masks as the pollution levels soar in Bangkok on January 15, 2019. A thick blanket of smog from car fumes and construction projects has engulfed the city. It is expected to last for the next month. The debilitating smog has seen record sales of face masks.

Fluorescent Hay Figures Become a Popular Tourist Attraction5m35s

Fluorescent Hay Figures Become a Popular Tourist Attraction

Hay Figures displaying in Maha Sarakham, the northeastern part of Thailand, were transformed into a illuminating exhibition at the 13-acres field, attracting more people to visit throughout January. Tourists, including children and elders, enjoyed a park in the big field and astonished by colourful bright lights decorating on hay animal figures. The fair was becoming a new tourist attraction which could promote tourism industry of Maha Sarakham Province. The most unique figure was the 3-headed Arawon Elephant, a mythological figure, above a 3-metre tunnel. Visitors would walk through the tunnel as if they were walking under the Arawon Elephant which was known for God of luck and happiness. Parinya Mahachot, the committee member of the hay event, said: “The reason why we create figures out of hay because it is always a part of Thai tradition as in agriculture and livestock. I hope this hay park will remind Thai people of many good memories with and will show foreigners of rural life of Thai people.''

Rat Running Across Supermarket Bread Shelf48s

Rat Running Across Supermarket Bread Shelf

This is the moment a RAT was filmed scurrying across the bakery section of a Tesco store. A stunned mother was shopping in the store when she saw the rat and pulled out her phone to film it on July 16 at 9pm local time.

Children Play On Flooded Road A Week After Storm Pabuk1m10s

Children Play On Flooded Road A Week After Storm Pabuk

Children play on a flooded road more than a week after tropical storm Pabuk hit Thailand. The strong winds and heavy rain brought devastation to large parts of southern Thailand, with many regions left swamped by the deluge from burst rivers. Footage from Surat Thani province on January 12, the country's National Children's Day, shows several youngsters splashing in the flood water which has still not subsided. They were unable to attend local events to mark the occasion, but they made their own fun outside their homes. Officials believe that poor ground drainage is to blame but expect the liquid to slowly drain away over the next week.

Baby Rescued After Being Dumped In Wasteland Behind Hotel1m25s

Baby Rescued After Being Dumped In Wasteland Behind Hotel

A newborn baby girl was rescued after being stuffed in a black bin bag and dumped in wasteland behind a hotel. Cleaners heard the infant - believed to have been just two or three hours old - crying yesterday (Sun) morning at 8am in Udon Thani, northern Thailand.

Convoy Of 32 Porsche Road Rebels Block Traffic1m06s

Convoy Of 32 Porsche Road Rebels Block Traffic

Drivers were furious after a convoy of 32 Porsches blocked other vehicles so that they could jump a red light. The colourful sports cars ignored the warnings at the Wat Sri Panton intersection in Nan Province, Thailand, last Sunday (13/01) evening.

Amazing  Humpback Whale55s

Amazing Humpback Whale

The thrilling footage was captured by tourists on board a boat off the coast of the city of Quepos, in the western Costa Rican province of Puntarenas, on August 30. The area is known as a prime site for whale-spotting but no one could have expected to have an encounter quite as close as the one captured on film, even though this is the best time of the year to spot cetaceans in the Pacific ocean.

Beautiful Red Sky At Night38s

Beautiful Red Sky At Night

An intense red sky at night has generated hundreds of striking photos on social media following severe storms in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires. Over the weekend the region around the greater metropolitan area of Buenos Aires was hit by heavy rainfall, powerful gusts of wind, and hailstones as big as golf balls. The National Meteorological Service issued severe weather warnings, and there were reports of damage to vehicles and to property.

Grandfather Trying To Impress Coyote1m23s

Grandfather Trying To Impress Coyote

This cheeky grandfather looked like all his wishes had come true - throwing down his fanciest moves on stage with a coyote dancer. The OAP clambered onto the stage during an open-air party in the rural Phetchaburi province of southern Thailand on November 15. While the old man enthusiastically busted his best moves - complete with his best red socks and trainers - the young bikini-clad dancer appeared to be a little more reserved. The footage was captured by the event organiser, who employs a host of dancers to keep families entertained at his shows.

Thick Blanket Of Smog Covering Bangkok2m22s

Thick Blanket Of Smog Covering Bangkok

Shocking footage shows a thick blanket of smog engulfing Bangkok this morning as officials warned it had become a serious threat to health. The pollution cloud - a mix of fine dust particles and other air pollutants -has been carpeting the Thai capital for three days. It is EIGHT TIMES higher than the safe limit. The smog has been caused by increasing numbers of cars on the road, an explosion in construction projects funded by China, and stagnant weather conditions.

Cat Climbing Into Box31s

Cat Climbing Into Box

A two-year-old cat named Paang tried to squeeze inside a cardboard box at home in Bangkok, Thailand. Unfortunately, Paang's behind was too large for hi to fully climb inside the box and he was left with his four paws inside, but his head and rear sticking out.

Dopey Dogs Barking From Behind Gate31s

Dopey Dogs Barking From Behind Gate

Two dopey dogs barking at each other from either side of a barrier - without realising they could walk round the sides. The two street dogs were seen in the Phitsanulok district of northern Thailand on November 29, 2018. They had been barking for a couple of minutes before a passer-by filmed then and they wandered off in opposite directions.

Bulldog Holds Basket For Buddhist Monk1m05s

Bulldog Holds Basket For Buddhist Monk

This adorable pet bulldog was seen carrying a basket in her mouth as he walked alongside a Buddhist monk collecting donations. The animal, named Rose, was wearing a skeleton jacket as he waddled along the road in the Nakhon Pathom district of northeastern Thailand last December. Rose is a well-known dog in the city, where she often joins Buddhist monks as they walk around the streets collecting donations from devotees. The dog holds the basket in her mouth and locals drop in their small change, which the monk later collects from Rose.