Snakes in Thailand Non-Venomous Snakes 1 – Photos, Videos, Links

Common Thailand non-venomous snakes category.

Did you get our FREE PDF file yet?PHOTOS OF COMMON THAILAND SNAKES!It’s HERE> Very Common Non-Venomous Snakes in Thailand [Last updated: 2 June 2022] Thailand has around 185 snake species considered non-venomous, or mildly venomous and not a threat to human beings. Though these snakes are not known to be dangerous to humans, that doesn’t … Read more

Reticulated Python – Non Venomous – Dangerous Bites

Big reticulated python found in Krabi, Thailand.

[Page Updated: 5 June 2022] (Python reticulatus) – Reticulated Python Thais Say: Ngoo lam (งูหลาม) Length: Reticulated pythons can approach 10 meters in length, though there is no hard proof that a member of the species ever reached that fantastic length. Still, stories persist. Pythons of 5-6 meters long are not very common, but they … Read more

Red Tailed Racer – Non-Venomous – Not Dangerous

Gonyosoma oxycephalum, the red-tailed racer is a common Thailand rat snake which forages on the ground and primarily in the trees and bushes for birds and eggs.

[Last Updated: 6 June 2022] These Red Tailed Racers are beautiful green snakes (งูเขียว) with a grey or reddish tail. They are non-venomous but big enough to give you a strong bite. These snakes live for about 15 years on average – if they don’t encounter a predator like the King of Snakes. Gonyosoma oxycephalum … Read more

Brahminy Blind Snake – Non Venomous – Not Dangerous

A small black and shiny Brahminy blind snake found in Asia. These are widespread snakes.

VERY COMMON non-venomous snakes which are in nearly every country across the world. It is a myth that Brahminy blind snakes are venomous and deadly. Here in Thailand it is a pervasive myth. There are many kinds of blind snakes in Thailand, and also some small legless skinks that resemble snakes. These snakes resemble thin … Read more

Burmese Python with Darker Color Profile

Snakes come in all different colors. Even snakes of the same species can have quite different coloration depending on region, or sometimes just living next to each other in Thailand’s wild. This is a Burmese Python sent to me by a friend. Quite dark compared to most I’ve seen here in Southern Thailand. Recently a … Read more