A dead female Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) was found on Lipa Noi Beach on the island of Koh Samui, Surat Thani. The carcass was 57.4 centimetres wide, 65.2 centimetres long, and weighed approximately 15-20 kilograms. The broken carapace suggests that it was killed after being struck by a boat propellor.

Source: Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR) of Thailand Facebook

A young Finless Porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides) approximately 2 years old and measuring 101 centimetres in length was found dead close to the pier in Don Sak, Surat Thani. A necropsy revealed bruising and blood in the trachea.

Source: Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR) of Thailand Facebook

Thailand: Dead turtle washes up on the shores of Koh Samui
30th March 2015;

On the 29th of March 2015 the Samui Rescue team were called to the stretch of beach in front of the Samui Orchid Resort Moo 2 Maret after a tourist informed them of a large dead turtle they had come across on the beach.

The female turtle was 87cm long and 81 cm wide aged approximately 30 years old weighing around 100kg. A representative of the fisheries department estimated she had been dead for around ten days. A wound was found where the shell meets the body, a biopsy was taken of the matter protruding from the wound to be sent to the Marine Coastal Conservation Centre to try to establish the cause of death. Turtles are a protected species under the Wildlife Protection Act of 2535. It is thought the remains of the turtle will be buried.

Source: Samui Times