For months, Thailand has been experiencing a devastating flood.
The waters are wreaking havoc in 25 provinces, flooding farmlands, homes and businesses.
The water gathers in the country’s central plains and makes its way south to the sea, going through Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok, on its route.
More than 500 people have died in the floods.
It is estimated that more than three million people have been affected.
At least a fifth of Bangkok is now under water. Bangkok has many canals and rivers that cut through it.
The polluted water is a health hazard; it is up to chest-high in some areas of the city.