This is a film from National Geographic Wild about the ecology of Thailand covering all aspects of the subject.
The film sometimes borders on a simple cataloguing of the species found with film of them in their habitat, but there was also some interesting, and unexpected statistics.
For instance it appear that 10% of all known species can be found in Thailand; there are just under 1,000 species of bird, and 37,000 species of flowers; and the Andaman sea is the most heavily populated waters in the world.
The film looks at animals, birds, insects, fish and more, and in a variety of habitats also, like jungles, plains, mountains and seas.
And in a short span we do in fact get to see and appreciate the wide variety of life forms found in the country, and it serves to whet the appetite for more information on many of the subjects in the film.