Gap Fill - Litter - Level 6


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The penalties have been initiated because of litter becoming an in many of Thailand's beauty . Park wardens say it is easy to track down and identify offenders, as all visitors to the parks are required to register their address when they enter a park. Anyone who leaves near their assigned spot will be reunited with their waste. Narin Pinsakul, chief of the Khao Yai National Park near Bangkok, explained why the parks were introducing their return-to-litterbug . He said: "It can be dangerous for animals like deer if they eat the rubbish and try to digest waste that people leave ." The Environment Minister said people should only leave behind.

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