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Brown Kukri Snake – Non Venomous – Not Dangerous

Oligodon purpurascens (Brown Kukri Snake) Thais say: Ngoo koot Appearance: Typical kukri shape – not long, but thick snakes with a short tail and no real separation between neck and head. Very small head. Pattern on top of head indicative of most kukri species. Venter is creme or pink. Length: Average just under 1 meter (about … Read more

Striped Bronzeback Snake – Non Venomous – Not Dangerous

Dendrelaphis caudolineatus (Striped Bronzeback Snake) Length: Up to about 1.5 meters. The males are a bit more red on top, and slightly thinner. Range: The Striped Bronzeback is found in southern Thailand through the Malaysian Peninsula, and to Singapore, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, and the Philippines. The snake shown here was caught in Tub Kaak, Krabi … Read more

Indochinese Rat Snake – Non Venomous – Not Dangerous

[Last updated: 6 June 2022] Ptyas korros (Indo-Chinese Rat Snake) Thais say: (ngoo sing baan) Length: Adults are just over 1 meter, but can reach near 2 meters. Range: All over Thailand and most of Asia including: Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Laos, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Western Malaysia, and Singapore. Habitat: … Read more

White Bellied Rat Snake – Non Venomous – Not Dangerous

  White Bellied Rat Snake – Ptyas fusca Thai: ngoo sing thai Length: up to 290 cm Description: Fusca comes from the latin, fuscus, meaning dark or dusky. In adults, the body and head are brown. The head is long and distinct. The head resembles Ptyas korros quite a bit, unless they are side-by-side, I don’t … Read more

Common Thailand Non-Venomous Snakes – 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> 83 pages many snakes featured: Cobras, Kraits, Pit Vipers, Corals, Rat Snakes, etc. facts and photos! Thailand’s Very Common Non-Venomous Snakes [Last updated: 2 June 2022] Thailand has around 185 snake species considered non-venomous, or mildly venomous and not a threat to … Read more