Hong Island News (14 Jul 2019): Over 100 black-fin sharks come up to find food in the shallow water at the islands. Indicates the ecological integrity of Hong Island.
Head of the Hong islands National Park Protection Unit Than Bokkhorani National Park, Krabi Province take the VDO clip over 100 black-fin sharks While Swim, catch small fish in shallow water The beach beside the pier, the Hong islands of Muang Krabi, Than Bokkhorani National Park, Krabi.
By the black-fin sharks, There are both small and large, about 1-1.50 meters long. At the same time, take up to find food for 30 minutes, so swim back down to the deep-water area. Which normally see black-fin sharks. infrequently finds food on the beach. Most will be in the open air. And the period of water up is not a high-level And only will find in the morning
At the same time, the black-ear shark doesn’t hurt people. Therefore there is no problem with tourists coming in And is considered a pleasure situation Because of the presence of black-ear sharks Indicates the abundance of the sea in the Hong islands Within Than Bokkhorani National Park
Source: Thai news agency
Koh Hong also knows as Koh Lao Pile Located in Than Bokkhorani National Park, Krabi. Which a small island that has very beautiful scenery. Consists of several large islands such as Koh Lao or Saga Island. Koh Lao Riem, Koh Pakka, Koh Lao Laing, etc. Which Koh Hong or Koh Lao Pile Is the largest southern island.