800 Sattahip students study nature at Khao Kheow Open Zoo

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About 800 Sattahip students learned about preservation of animals and natural resources from the Khao Kheow Open Zoo.

Zoo Assistant Director Aphidet Singhsaenee led the July 31 class for pupils from Sattahip School. The seminar is part of the education master plan by the Zoological Park Organization in the Natural Resources and Environment Ministry.

Sattahip students learn about sustainable use of natural resources, and how to live more in harmony with nature. Sattahip students learn about sustainable use of natural resources, and how to live more in harmony with nature.

The goal of the workshop was to create awareness among youths about sustainable use of natural resources, and how to live more in harmony with nature. Animals were also used in the training to make students more familiar with wildlife.

Activities included recycling, animal behavior, wildlife identification, plant genealogy, a “close up” animal project and a primer on HM the King’s sufficiency economy philosophy.

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