Shii Ann voted out after tribes begin living together but do not merge.

Shii Ann voted out after tribes begin living together but do not merge.
The two tribes on Survivor Thailand moved in together on last night’s episode, but they did not merge. After ambassadors selected a single home for the group (they selected Chuay Gahn’s beach and caves), the survivors assumed they had merged. At the next immunity challenge, however, Jeff Probst informed them that they were still two separate tribes. Earlier, thinking the tribes had merged, Shii Ann Huang aligned herself with Chuay Gahn tribe members, which lead to a unanimous vote against her after Sook Jai lost immunity.

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