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Siamese Crocodiles Found In Thailand

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Siamese crocodiles at the Samut Prakarn crocodile farm, Thailand.

Conjoined twins have been documented throughout history, with the first occurring in the ancient region known as Siam. The center of ancient Siam, what is now known as Thailand, is not only the birth place of the first Siamese twin, but is also home to the first Siamese crocodile.

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Back in 2001, the staff at the Samut Prakarn crocodile farm, came across this conjoined crocodiles.

The crocodile was established in 1950 and is at present the world’s largest crocodile farm, where more than 60,000 crocodiles of various sizes are bred.

Samut Prakarn is one of Thailand’s central provinces, it is located next to the mouth of the Chayo Praya river, next to the greater Bangkok area.

The province, which is easily accessible by taxi or bus, is home to several tourist attractions including:

  • The Erawan Museum
  • The Naval Museum
  • Muang Boran/The Ancient City
  • Wat Klang Worawihan
  • Wat Asokaram
  • Fort Chulachomklao
  • Si Nakhon Khuean Khan Public and Botanical Park
  • King Rama V the Great Monument
  • HTMS Mae Klong Museum
  • Naval Historical Park
  • Bang Namphueng Floating Market
  • Bang Namphueng Floating Market
  • City Pillar Shrine
  • Phra Suea Mueang Shrine
  • Phlaeng Faifa Fort
  • Wat Phaichayonphonsep Ratchaworawihan
  • Wat Prot Ket Chettharam
  • Wat Song Tham Worawihan
  • Si Nakhon Khuean Khan Public and Botanical Park
  • Hua Chiao Chaloem Phra Kiat Museum
  • Nong Ngu Hao Farm and Tiger Farm
  • Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai
  • Wat Bang Phli Yai Klang
  • Bang Pu Seaside

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