I just finished a video overview of the free ebook I’ve been offering here for just over a year – “Common Thailand Snakes.” If you haven’t joined yet (here) check out the video and see what you’ll get – an easy way to identify the most common snakes you’re likely to see in Thailand.
A few years back I implemented a feature on this site that I wasn’t sure would be used very often, but I thought it would be nice to have for visitors and expats living in Thailand. The feature was the Snake ID Form – you can see the link for it over on the right … Read more
I decided to create a Facebook group for Thailand snakes. It is just much easier to get photos up there, and since I haven’t put together a photo database of venomous and non-venomous snakes, I will do it over there because it’s so fast. Go check it out and “Like” it to join the page … Read more
A woman sent me this photo of a snake she said they found on an island in Thailand. Apparently the snake found them, it dropped out of a tree and landed on one of them. Another friend threw it off into the tree. I don’t recognize the snake. It almost looks like a krait, but … Read more
[Last Updated: 17 October 2019] I was at the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute in Bangkok (the Red Cross Snake Farm) on Sunday and was talking to the snake guy that does the presentation in English on various Thailand snakes. He mentioned that a new snake species was described from Phuket called the Trimeresurus phuketensis. Wow, … Read more